Author Archives: gridclubboston

About gridclubboston

"Keepers of the Flame" of sporting tradition in New England since 1932.

Joey Orlando of UNH, Jimmy Silva of Framingham Named Gold Helmet Winners for Sept. 10 Games

UNH junior Joey Orlando caught ten passes for 166 yards, scored three touchdowns, and returned a punt 57 yards in the Wildcats’ 48-41 OT win over Lehigh. Framingham State freshman quarterback Matt Silva threw five touchdown passes, ran for another, … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Ty Law is Gridiron Club’s Man of the Year! Mark Your Calendar for October 20.

The Gridiron Club will honor former New England Patriots’ star Ty Law at its 16th annual NFL Legends Night on October 20. We’ll have another all-star cast of head table guests, and as usual many former Patriots will be joining … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Rest in Peace, Jack Daly

The world of sport lost a marvelous member with the August 10, 2011 passing of our beloved Jack Daly, age 92. His was an exemplary life – of love for his family, of service to his country, and of course … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Joe Andruzzi is Our Man of the Year for 2010

The Gridiron Club is proud to announce that Joe Andruzzi will be receiving the Tom Yewcic Man of the Year Award at the 14th Annual NFL Legends Night Dinner on Friday, October 15 at the Burlington Marriott. Click on the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Gridiron Club Still Going Strong, by Doug Hastings

Great profile of our president, Ray Gallant, and nice recap of what we’re all about. Story by Doug Hastings appeared in several Boston-area papers. Check it out at: http://tinyurl.com/3xwhcug

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Hello world, and welcome to a new era in the storied history of the Gridiron Club!

The Gridiron Club proudly launched our new website (http://www.gridclubofgreaterboston.com) in September 2010 along with this blog that carries the title “Between the Lines,” which was the printed newsletter that we had published for club members only in previous years. Blogs … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment