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For the launch of the 2022-2023 school year, new and returning AmeriCorps members came together over three days to prepare for the school year program. Members were able to gain a strong understanding of AmeriCorps while generating excitement for the upcoming year. While on the retreat, AmeriCorps members created “Why I serve” statements, participated in several training sessions including disaster preparedness with the Red Cross, DEI training, professionalism, program-specific breakout sessions, and so much more. Members were also treated to a few fun team activities – including a Top Chef competition judged by members of the leadership team, a trip to an Escape Room, and a scavenger hunt.
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The second graders were able to not only learn about the different phases of the moon but they were able to learn about it in a fun and exciting way. They watched a video first to learn more about the phases. The best part was the hands-on activity they had. They learned how to create the different shapes of the moon phases by taking an Oreo and shaping the icing in the moon's phase. When they were finished, the kids could enjoy a little extra snack by eating the Oreos.
The Clubs dove into diversity, equity, and inclusion–taking a non-evasive but intentional approach. August’s theme, “Be You”, focused on building the cultural competence of our members by providing opportunities for positive affirmations, appreciation for individuality, and an appreciation for diversity. Members created a bulletin board, choosing words that described them. Purpose of the ‘I AM’ wall space is to highlight the individuality in our members, expressing self-love, confidence and what they represent. 
With the first day of school, Students got to know their classmates during Spark, an evidence-based physical education program comprising of activities and games designed to positively affect members’ activity levels both inside and outside of the Clubs for 30 mins physical activity daily. Members would pass around the ball state their names and three fun facts about themselves.
Please join us in celebrating our member of the month at the Cole-Clark Club in Hobe Sound, Adrian W. Adrian is 7 years old and is in 2nd grade. He attends Hobe Sound Elementary and has been attending Boys & Girls Clubs since May of 2022. Adrian consistently demonstrates characteristics of a future leader. Adrian ensures his peers are having fun and are staying safe within the Clubs and often leads by example. In his free time away from the Clubs, he enjoys playing soccer and spending time with his family. Adrian enjoys all programming at the Clubs and looks forward to seeing his friends at the Clubs. Adrian wants to give back to the community by helping others.
Members of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Port Salerno presented a check for $9,000 along with two carloads of school supplies to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County’s John & Marge Bolton Club in Port Salerno. With the assistance of the Episcopal Charities of SE Florida, St Luke’s has been distributing school supplies and filled backpacks to children for over 15 years.
"After nearly two decades of coordinating a back-to-school supply drive at our church, we are delighted to partner with Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County to provide for the children children at the Port Salerno Club for the past three years." Vicki Zambardino, St. Luke's Episcopal Church - Port Salerno
Thank you to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church for supporting Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County!
Meet the Ones to Watch -
The Character Builder: Jeronda Hill
The Port St. Lucie resident has devoted 17 years of her career to nurturing teens and younger kids through her work with Boys & Girls Clubs around the country, and she knows better than most that there is a great deal of work to be done in today’s polarized society. “I’ve learned through my work with Boys & Girls Clubs that by teaching things like civic responsibility, character development, leadership skills, and financial literacy, I can really impact today’s youth. My heart is with teens.”
Learn more here.
Two Treasure Coast high school students are serving the community as Bank of America Student Leaders Internship
Two Treasure Coast high school students were recently selected as Bank of America Student Leaders, an eight-week summer internship that offers students that opportunity to serve their communities. Every year since the internship’s inception in 2004, 300 community-focused juniors and seniors from across the country are selected for the internship. The Treasure Coast program emphasizes workforce skills, leadership, and civic engagement with local nonprofits, including Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County.

 Learn more here.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County Now Offering an Adult Basic Culinary Course
Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County is now offering an Adult Culinary Courses at no charge for Martin County residents, 19 years of age or older, who are embarking on a culinary career or changing career paths. The class is designed as a pre-employment training with graduates obtaining Level 1–ServSafe Certifications and Level 2–Line Cook Certification. Training will occur at the Cole-Clark Club in Hobe Sound’s newly furnished custom commercial kitchen. The first program will begin September 20th, 2022, for five weeks meeting on Tuesdays and Thursdays for two hours starting at 10 am. Registration is needed before September 9th, 2022.
This is a wonderful opportunity to gain experience in basic culinary skills, kitchen etiquette and menu preparation in a friendly environment. No experience is necessary, just a willingness to learn and grow. All equipment will be provided, including a chef jacket/apron.
“The culinary program is the first of our many planned workforce development and career readiness initiatives. The commitment of our team to spearhead a pre-employment training course will fuel our local business partners with skilled employees and benefit the entire community” explained Keith “Fletch” Fletcher, BGCMC President and CEO.
Additional classes will be offered throughout the year. Space is limited, so registration is required one week prior to classes beginning. Please visit or call (772) 545-1255 to register.
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About Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County
For 30 years, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County has provided award-winning programs designed to guide and inspire young people ages 5-18 to learn, grow and mature in route to becoming successful adults. Each of the four Clubs and satellite Clubs enjoy strong partnerships with local schools and communities. Such cohesion ensures that Boys & Girls Clubs’ programs complement and enrich the curriculum our members learn in class as well as remain attuned to the challenges and opportunities they face on a day-to-day basis. The Clubs offer opportunities for fun, fitness, arts & culture, games of strategy, S.T.E.a.M. activities, robotics & technology, and certified teacher work with Club members on everything from tutoring and homework help to specialized project-based learning that prepares them for Bright Futures! 

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