Lee Coillege Scholarship Foundation Gala 2019

The Jess Navarre family are a Platinum Plus level sponsor for the Alzheimer’s Walk. From left are Judy Wheat of the Pilot Club of Baytown, Chris Navarre and Clara Navarre. The Navarres have been major sponsors for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s for many years.

The Pilot Club of  Baytown’s 22nd Annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s is Saturday with registration at 8 a.m. at Bayland Park, 2651 Highway 146. 

The major sponsors are Platinum Plus level at  $2,000 Plus are The Bell Walkers, The Jess Navarre Family, and The Pilot Club of Baytown.  Platinum Level sponsors at $1,000 Plus are Ad-centives - Kelly Regian, Baytown Lions Club, Blacksmith Bunch, Cedar Bayou Self Storage, Brenda and Norman Dykes, Houston Methodist Baytown Hospital, Peggy Robertson, TSO, Chris and Pam Warford, Memory of her mother, Lois Couch. Gold $750 Plus Level Sponsors are Evening Pilot Club of Baytown, John and Cindy Fehring, and Judy Wheat. Sponsor levels donations continue to hit the website or in a Pilot’s hand.  Any amount is welcomed - all donors are appreciated.

There is still time to register - with any Pilot member, at the event, or donate at http://act.alz.org/baytown online until early December.

The Pilot Club’s goal is $60,000 and donations are not quite there yet. Donations of $100 or more can receive a “Walk T-shirt” at the event (while they last). 

 Breakfast snacks will follow the Walk provided by Kroger and HEB on Garth, Lee College Prison Systems Culinary Group, and O’Neals Bar & Grill.  

Jennifer Marcontell, financial adviser representing Edward Jones, a national presenting sponsor, will speak briefly at the walk. The mayor of Baytown, Brandon Capetillo, will address the crowd and begin the walk. Alzheimer’s Association representatives will be in attendance. 

The Pilot Club of Baytown organizes this annual event with other local Pilot Clubs and many other supporters who participate annually in the Walk. Students from various clubs of IMPACT Early College, Robert E. Lee, North Shore and University of Houston will be on hand to assists. 

Alzheimer’s Walk is one of Pilot’s major service projects.  Pilot members are committed and have visited families, friends and many businesses in our community to invite participation to bring awareness to Alzheimer’s disease. Awareness is very important for those suffering with Alzheimer’s disease.

For information about Pilot Club of Baytown, or for joining Pilot as a volunteer, call 281-424-7838, visit http://www.pilotclubofbaytown.org/,   or The Pilot Club of Baytown Facebook page.

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