The Pilot Club of Pittsburgh will begin meeting on the South Side again in August at the Jaggerbush Bar and Grill, at the corner of 23rd and Jane streets, on the second Saturday of each month beginning at 1 p.m.
"We have members from all across the Pittsburgh Area and surrounding communities, it will be nice to meet in a central area for our membership," said Club President Marie McGee of Conneaut Lake, PA. The Greater Pittsburgh area has been benefiting from The Pilot Club of Pittsburgh's humanitarian efforts through charitable, educational, and research programs for 58 years.
New members are always welcomed. Those who would like to support Pilot by donating service, funds, or goods, participating in fundraising or becoming a new member should call Club President McGee at 814-853-1067 or email pilotpgh@hotmail. com.
Pilot International/Pilot International Foundation's vision is to achieve universal awareness and prevention of Brain-related Disorders and Disabilities.
The Pilot Club of Pittsburgh is currently accepting entries for a second poster contest this year. The theme continues to be the BrainMinder™ Message "Play Safe and Play Smart." All entries must be submitted on an 11" x 8.5" sheet of paper. The picture must be horizontal and the subject must be a safety tip. The picture does not have to include any BrainMinder Buddies™.
Children may use crayons, water color, colored pencil, create a photo, or any media that will reproduce for printing. Include name, age, address, phone number and school name on back of poster.
The deadline for entries is no later than September 8, 2010. Eligible ages are anyone 12 and under. Submit all posters by mail before September 8 to: Pilot Club of Pittsburgh c/o Mollieann Gray, 413 Middlesex Road, McKeesport, PA 15135 or Pilot Club of Pittsburgh c/o Marie McGee, 9414 U.S. Highway 6, Conneaut Lake, PA 16316.
One $50 gift certificate will be awarded in each age group, with ribbons given to first, second, and third place competitors.