Encouraging Brain Safety & Health
Since 1992, Pilot International has worked in the area of brain-related services and has narrowed its focus to brain safety & fitness.
Supporting Those Who Care for Others
Through fundraising and hands-on service work, local Pilot and Anchor Clubs provide a “Little Pick Me Up” for Caregivers in their communities.
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Don’t forget 250 Club/Member and Pacesetter Contributions are due February 1st to Pilot International Headquarters.
The Clarendon County Pilot Club actively works throughout the community all year long encouraging brain safety, which is the primary focus of the organization.
“We stress the importance of wearing helmets, gun safety and buckling up through puppet shows and classroom presentations,” said Margaret Robertson, a founding member of the organization. “It’s important to urge children and adults to protect their brains.”
Robertson said the group uses hand puppets to get its safety points across to students.
The Clarendon County Pilot Club was founded more than a decade ago by Robertson’s sister, the late Dottie McFaddin, to promote Alzheimer’s awareness.
The local organization holds an annual walk and other fundraisers to raise money for their various projects as well as several scholarships that they give area students.
Pilot Club of Huntsville is fundraising. Help us earn to support Project Lifesaver of Madison County….join us at Texas Roadhouse on Thursday, January 23, from 4 to 10 p.m.
Enjoy a wonderful meal (and it’s “steak night”) while you support this wonderful lifesaving program.
There is more information about the Project Lifesaver of Madison County program at www.projectlifesaverhuntsville.com.
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