Clubhouse Locations

Holmes Tuttle Clubhouse

Clubhouse Location
Pueblo Gardens Park
2585 East 36th Street

Phone: (520) 622-0694

Clubhouse Hours
School Year:
Month of August
Mon – Fri 8:30am – 5:30pm

Traditional Hours Starting TBD
Mon-Fri 2:30pm-7:30pm
Wed 1:00pm-6:00pm


Become a Member!

Beginning Monday, August 3rd all six Clubhouses will open their doors Monday – Friday for youth ages 7-17 to serve families during this crisis.

Every Club is staffed with amazing Youth Development Professionals who are ready to support your children with virtually learning linked to their schools.

After your children complete their school days, we will engage them in recreation, arts and other enrichment activities focused on their development.

  • Ages 7 to 17 years old
  • 2020-2021 School Year After-School Membership $20 (August-May)
  • Special option: September 2020 Full Day Membership $50
  • Masks/face coverings required in the Clubs and safety measures must be followed
  • Meals provided through partnership with TUSD Meals Program
  • Members asked to bring their school-provided devices to the Club
  • September hours of operation 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m

Register for the 2020-2021 School Year


Clubhouse History

In 1962, Mr. Bill Merodias rented an old building at 164 S. Main Street for boxing. With the help of the Lions Club and the Catalina Optimist Club, the Old Pueblo Boys Club became incorporated on February 8, 1963. Mr. Robert King was elected president. In 1969, because of the urban renewal program, Old Pueblo was forced to find other facilities. The club purchased the 36th Street property and started operating, under the direction of Mr. Howard Stuckey. Old Pueblo became chartered by Boys Clubs of America in February 1970.
In 1988 the old clubhouse was replaced with a new clubhouse in Pueblo Gardens Park and renamed the Holmes Tuttle Branch.

Clubhouse Staff

Club Director

Nikieia Johnson

Email Nikieia here

Program Director

Crystal Echerivel

Email Crystal here