Pilot Club

Pilot Club of Baytown are planning the annual Walk To End Alzheimer’s. Pilot members pictured, (from left seated) Evelyn Williams, Carla Start, Kathy Young, Helen Gerlich, Jeannine Harris, Janie Clements.  (from left standing) Joy Warford, Tammy Phenicie, Caren Bailey, Gladys Pryor, Cindy Fehring, Glenda Mosley, Julie DeTorre, Delores Ellis, Jenice Coffey, Carolyn Parrish, Nancy Mann, Janet Hall, Lindzy Minx, Susan Passmore, Kerri Hurlbut, Rosa Cuellar, Judy Wheat, Debbie Bergeron, Gay Riggs, and Becky James.

Pilot Club of Baytown invites the Community to join in the crusade for the 2018 Baytown Alzheimer’s Walk.  Members of the Pilot Club of Baytown, Evening Pilot Club of Baytown, Chambers County Pilots, San Jacinto Pilots, Evening San Jacinto Pilots, high school student organizations as well as many, supporters will be Walking to End Alzheimer’s beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13. 

The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is held at Bayland Park on Highway 146 near the Fred Hartman Bridge in Baytown.  Any donation is accepted to walk. T-shirts are available with donations of $100 or more (as long as they last).  

For donation of $50, or more, an advertising sponsor sign may be posted at the Walk Site. Donations of $250 or more have sponsor names on the back of this year’s Alzheimer’s t-shirt and on poster boards at the Walk. 

Alzheimer’s Association Walks around the country are the nation’s largest event to raise awareness and funds to fight Alzheimer’s disease.  Proceeds raised locally support programs and services for people suffering, family members and caregivers in Harris and surrounding counties. 

This is Pilot Club of Baytown’s 21st year to organize the Baytown Alzheimer’s Walk.  

Register to donate with any Pilot Club member, online at http://act.alz.org/site/TR?fr_id=11538&pg=entry      Reach out to ”Pilot Club of Baytown” Facebook page.  

A donation of any amount - payable to “Alzheimer’s Association” may be mailed to Pilot Club, 4707 Country Club View, Baytown, Tx 77521.  For more information, call 281-424-7838.

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