The members of the Pilot Club of Louisville continue to make a difference in their community as they work toward their vision of a world where all are valued.
On October 18, Louisville Mayor Will Hill proclaimed Pilot Founders Day.
Pilots around the world celebrate and honor this historic day, October 18, as Founders Day. On this day the group honors the history and tradition of the storied organization, and they celebrate the gifts that they have – as today’s Pilots – are able to show through strength, through friendship and through service.
The local club has been in existence for more than 30 years.
The signature project of the local club is Brain Awareness campaign.
The club recently as part of their service to the community: gave a party to children at Louisville Elementary and volunteered at the Veteran’s breakfast at First United Methodist Church.
Pilot International was formed as a volunteer service organization for business and professional women in Macon, Georgia, in 1921. Some 94 years later Pilot Club members, men and women, in five countries are continuing to follow their mission of transforming communities by developing youth, providing service and education, and uplifting families.
Oct. 18 was also proclaimed as Pilot International Day.