United Way's Leaders United members volunteered to make the days a little brighter for the children at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County by painting the hallways at the Stuart Club.
Jordin Preston is Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County's 2017 Youth of the Year. The Youth of the Year title is a prestigious honor bestowed in recognition of leadership, service, academic excellence and dedication to live a healthy lifestyle.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County was honored to host former U.S. attorney general and former federal judge Michael B. Mukasey on Monday, March 13
Former Bush administration Attorney General Michael Mukasey was the one taking questions Monday from students at the Cole-Clark Boys and Girls Club in Hobe Sound.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County hosted its annual Youth of the Year gala at Willoughby Golf Club on February 28, and Jordin Preston came home with top honors.
Five outstanding teens are participating in the Youth of the Year program of Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County. The journey to being named National Youth of the Year begins locally and progresses to the state, regional and national levels. To achieve the title of Youth of the Year on any level,
Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County presents the 5th Annual Distinguished Speaker’s Luncheon March 13 at Sailfish Point Country Club. Co-chairs Dr. Phil Schein and Carol Webb have created a captivating event and attendees are in for a powerful perspective with keynote speaker Judge Michael Mukasey,
Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County provides youth development programs for young people in Martin County ages 6-18. Targeted programs partnered with high-yield activities provide priority outcomes in Academic Success, Good Character & Citizenship, and Healthy Lifestyle.
The event, chaired by Annie Galyean and Cathy McGraw, raised funds to provide thousands of children in Martin County with access to award-winning academic tutoring programs, evidence-based character and citizenship curriculum and wellness education.
Chief Executive Officer, Joanne Towner attended Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s fourth annual National Day of Advocacy in Washington, D.C. from Monday, Feb. 13 to Wednesday, Feb. 15. Leaders from Major Metro Boys & Girls Clubs participated in a group session at the White House and met independently