At the age of nine, Paul Riley walked down Lincoln Street to join the Boys Club. Later, Paul went on to own and operate Riley's Restaurant for many years which was also located on the same street as the Boys Club. Today, Paul works at the Worcester County Sheriff's Office as a lab technician, where he sees firsthand what can happen to kids who are not actively engaged. To give back to the Club, Paul became one of the first volunteers involved in Kid's Cafe, serving meals to members twice a week. Fran Pisegna and Tony Morano introduced him to their charity, Friends of Worcester Neighborhoods, where each year they sponsor a food drive at Thanksgiving, collects toys at Christmas, and puts on a golf tournament to support summer programs at the Club. For his charitable endeavours in honor of the Club, we are proud to induct Paul Riley into our Hall of Fame.