East Stuart

The East Stuart branch, located at the city of Stuart’s East Tenth Street Recreation Center, is a unique collaboration among the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County, the City of Stuart Community Services Department, the city of Stuart’s Police Department, and Tykes & Teens, a nonprofit youth mental health agency. The branch is also home to our 2011 Youth of the Year: Bria Anderson!

This exciting collaboration has allowed for many fun and educational programs that extend to other branches in the County. The commercial kitchen is the base for our Healthy Habits culinary class for teens and younger children. There are baseball fields behind the center and we offer a computer laboratory funded by the Community Foundation of Palm Beach and Martin Counties. We have many exciting dance and singing groups here, too.

The city of Stuart’s Police Department runs a gang resistance program at the Club, while the City of Stuart Community Services Department offers many fun programs like judo and swimming lessons. Tykes & Teens runs an out-of-school suspension program at the Center, as well as providing group and individualized counseling to Club members.
 
Please click here for a membership form. And please feel free to call the East Stuart branch directly at 772.634.1543.  

Staff 

Ayana Gary, Branch Director
 
Adam Laviano, Program Director
 
Emilee Davis, Front Desk Specialist
 
Kristina Rodriquez, Program Specialist
 
Tony Valentin, Program Specialist

 

Spotlights

Retro Game Show Returns June 21

On Saturday, June 21, the 3rd Annual Retro Game Show Night to benefit BGCMC will be held at 6:30 p.m. at Star Struck Performing Arts Center and Theatre in Stuart! More ...

2013 Annual Report

Indiantown: Opening this May!

We're opening in May and we'd love to give you a sneak peek! 

Groups or individuals may now schedule tours with Renee Booth, our Chief Development Officer, by calling 772.545.1255 or emailing her at rbooth@bgcmartin.org

At this time, we are still seeking to reach our campaign goal of $4 million. Please consider a donation today!

The new Clubhouse features a full-size gymnasium, performing arts space, learning & technology labs, a kitchen, and plenty of space to build and develop the potential of Indiantown’s most extraordinary asset —its children-- through Education & Career Development, Character Leadership Development, Health & Life Skills, The Arts and Sports, Fitness & Recreation.

The new 22,000 square foot club house will enable us to greatly expand our capacity and we expect membership in Indiantown to double in its first year of operation!

Lovely Davilmar named Youth of the Year!

Support BGCMC's Scholastic Book Drive!

With more than 500 Club Members reading for 30 minutes each day, we can never have enough books for them to enjoy and learn from. Click here to support our build a Club library!