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Friday, July 09, 2010
Pilot International Wants to "Protect Your Brain for Life"
According to their Web site, "Pilot International is an innovative volunteer service organization that does more than just have meetings and provide networking opportunities with friends and associates. Pilot members take an active part in making communities a better place to live ... today and tomorrow. The service focus of Pilot International is brain-related disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease, chemical dependency, traumatic brain injuries, developmental, emotional, and mental disabilities."
There is also a foundation, the Pilot International Foundation, that supports Emergency Response Projects, research, and scholarship programs. Some of this support is in the form of matching grants.
Headquartered in Macon, GA, there are currently over 10,000 members in established clubs, in at least five countries. Locally, we have the Pilot Club of Tallahassee, Inc, although their Web site doesn't seem to be up to date. From the site:
The Pilot Club of Tallahassee is a part of Pilot International, a worldwide service organization founded in 1921. The Tallahassee club was chartered in 1935 and is still going strong.To find a Pilot Club near you, visit the Pilot International site, click on "Pilot" for a drop-down menu, and then click on "Find a club."
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