Some back-to-school tips are everywhere: Set a time for homework. Pack lunches the night before. Be friendly! Here at Boys & Girls Club of Martin County, we’re sharing tips with a bit more weight. 1. Take Advantage of the Sales Tax Holiday Florida’s 2017 Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday
Rep. Brian Mast fielded questions from 43 teenagers during a July 13 video conference that was held at Stuart Police Department. “It doesn’t matter how old you are,” Mast told the teens. “You are this community and your voice is just as important as anyone else’s. The teens’ questions focused
Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County is pleased to announce support from The Fraternal Order of Eagles. (F.O.E.). Members from Local F.O. E. #3896 scheduled a tour of the Cole-Clark Club in Hobe Sound and made a donation in support of BGCMC’s youth development programs.
On May 19, Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County will host an event in honor of Club members who are graduating from local area high schools, in the Class of 2017.
Bank of America Charitable Foundation supports college- and career-readiness programs for teens at Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County through recent grants. “Investing in Martin County’s youth promotes growth and opportunity,” said Chief Executive Officer Joanne Towner. “We’re pleased to partner
Wells Fargo Foundation supports Project LEARN, comprehensive educational programming for youth in the areas of academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles at Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County.
Summer is just around the corner and the youth development staff at Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County is ready! If you’re looking for a fun and educational place for kids this summer, look no further; with five Clubs in Martin County there is a Club to fit your family’s needs.
TD Charitable Foundation helps communities grow strong by investing in educational opportunities such as the BeREADy Literacy Education program at Boys & Girls of Martin County
Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti spoke to teens and mentors about the important stuff — the need for impeccable manners, respect, a strong work ethic, making good choices and working hard in school
Guests at the Fifth Annual Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County Distinguished Speaker's Luncheon March 13 had the pleasure of hearing from Judge Michael B. Mukasey, 81st Attorney General of the United States.