From press reports
New Orleans, LA – Local _Winston County_ residents and Pilot Club members, Tara Woodward, Kathy sinclair, gail massey, beverly wilkes, gloria joiner, delaine woodruff and wanda ward_, attends 2013 Pilot International Annual Convention & Leadership Conference in New Orleans, LA.
Members of the Pilot Club of Louisville , was one of hundreds of Pilot members hailing from the US, Japan, Canada, The Bahamas and Singapore who convened in New Orleans, LA, July 10th – 14th for the 2013 Pilot International Annual Convention & Leadership Conference at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel where Judy Langley of Darlington, SC was installed as 2013-2014 Pilot International President Saturday evening, July 13.
Each year Pilots from around the globe gather for the Pilot International Annual Convention & Leadership Conference to participate in valuable leadership training seminars, informative workshops and fundraising events for the Pilot International Founders Fund. This year’s special guest speakers included author, artist and philanthropist Suzy Toronto and author and non-profit teamwork and leadership expert Dr. Kathleen Sturgis.
Now in its 92nd year, Pilot International is an international volunteer service organization. Home to over 8000 members in almost 400 clubs and parent organization of Anchor Clubs with over 8000 youth members in more than 300 clubs, Pilots are committed to “Do More. Care More. and Be More” for their communities every day. Pilots provide financial and hands-on support for numerous national and local initiatives in keeping with the organization’s “ABC’s” – Anchor Clubs [Youth Development & Leadership], Brain Safety & Fitness and Caring for Families in Times of Need. In addition to its many community-based activities, Pilot International created and maintains the BrainMindersTM family of Brain Safety initiatives, the “Think H.A.P.P.Y. Be H.A.P.P.Y. Be BRAIN FIT!” public awareness campaign, the “Pick Me Ups” community initiative for Family Caregivers, and Pilot International was instrumental in establishing the second week in November as International Care & Kindness Week.