At a recent groundbreaking ceremony, Chapter Directors, local dignitaries, and staff announced a new artificial turf practice area to be installed at the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County newest location at Westside Church. The practice facility (pictured right) will include a tee area, 3 putting greens, 6 colored target greens and a multi-use field. Construction funding for the facility was provided by The Andrew and Robin Hunt Philanthropic Fund via The Community Foundation (Robin and Andrew pictured below left). The facility will open late summer or early fall. “Robin and I are very excited to help implement this project,” said Chapter President Andrew Hunt. “We know we will positively impact the lives of thousands of children with this incredible facility.” This new BGC location at Westside will serve hundreds of children and teens at its Fort Pierce location. With over 55,000 square feet and 50 acres of property, this will be the largest Clubhouse in the county. In addition, the property will also be home to other local partner non-profit organizations that serve the surrounding counties. The groundbreaking was also attended by other local dignitaries such as Will Armstead- CEO of BGCSLC, City Commissioner Curtis Johnson, Pastor Craig from Westside Church, Elizabeth Barbella- CEO of The Community Foundation. and coaches and supporters of our Chapter (Pictured below right, left to right: Chapter Executive Director Carl Mistretta, Coach Willie Scott, Chapter Chairman Steve Rockoff and Mark Cammarene, PGA- General Manager of Fairwinds GC).