Bill & Barbara Whitman Club in Indiantown

The Bill & Barbara Whitman Branch in Indiantown was a six-year dream that became a reality in 2014. 

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

The Club is part of a public-private partnership between Habitat for Humanity of Martin County, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County, the Martin County Board of County Commissioners, and the Martin County Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). Known as Carter Park, the partnership created the first collaborative, environmentally sustainable, and affordable housing development in Martin County. 


Executive Director, Anthony Davis 


Registration Form (English)
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Club Programs

Certified teachers administer small-group literacy instruction to struggling readers in first through third grade. Pre and post-program assessments are conducted to measure youth success in each program. 

Character Counts!
This program teaches Club members the Six Pillars of Character: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, and Citizenship.
Cyber Safety/ NetSmartz
NetSmartz is a program for Club members ages 6 - 18. Members participate in 15 online sessions that teach them techniques to sidestep risks and exploitation while using the Internet. 
Keystone Club
Under the guidance of a Club Director and Teen Program Specialist, small groups of teens meet together and brainstorm ways to improve their Club and community. The Keystone Club affords teens the opportunity to gain valuable leadership and service experience
through academic success, career exploration, and community service. 
Paws to Read
In partnership with the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast, struggling readers have the opportunity to read out loud, without judgment, to trained dogs. Participants also develop bonds with a caring adult.
Power Hour
Mandatory tutoring and homework help program in which youth ages 6 -18 develop academic, behavioral, and social skills. Members receive one-on-one instruction and participate in high-yield learning activities. 
Developed by a San Diego State University research team, SPARK is our flagship physical
activity program. Every Club member ages 6-18 participates in SPARK for a minimum of 30 minutes per dayfive days a week
The First Tee of the Treasure Coast
A youth development organization introducing the game of golf and its inherent values including honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy, and good judgment. 
Too Good for Drugs
Too Good programs are evidence-based, interactive lessons, games, and activities for members ages 6-12, that teach students the social and emotional learning skills they need for sucess in school and life.
Torch Club
Torch Clubs are charted small-group leadership and service clubs for boys and girls ages 11-13. 
Youth of the Year
Youth of the Year is the Boys & Girls Clubs of America's premier recognition program, celebrating the extraordinary achievements of Club members. 

Club specific programs

Family Fitness in Indiantown
Flag Football

Steel Pans


*Award-winning program