The Pilot Club of Abaco presented a Comedy Show featuring Will Stubbs and David Wallace at the Anglican Parish Hall on Nov. 24. The duo collaborated to deliver hilarious, gut-busting comedy throughout the show. The Comedy Show was organized by Pilot Club Committee members: President Barbara Williams; Margo Dean; Keora …
Pilot Club of Abaco members visited Every Child Counts (ECC) on March 31. While there, the members distributed 30 meals to the staff and students of ECC as part of their month-long activities in observance of Brain-Related Disorders Month.
The Pilot Club of Abaco donated breakfast items to Strong Tower Community Church on Nov. 17 after learning that the church had been broken into and all of its food and appliances stolen. Pilot Club members decided it was a good idea to jump start the church’s recovery efforts, so a donation was made to Pastor Stephen Knowles.
The Pilot Club of Abaco, headed by President Margo Dean, donated 56 school bags complete with school supplies to Moore’s Island All Age School.
The Pilot Club of Abaco’s 3rd Annual Emerald Ball was held on Dec. 15 at St. John the Baptist Parish Hall.
On June 14, S.C. Bootle’s Dynamic Dolphin’s Anchor Club made their mark on history for both the school and the community.
A fund raising event to help the Lowe’s family of Spring City finish their home, was organized by Gwen Sawyer with the Pilot Club’s Fund Raising Committee. The event consisted of a four- hour cruise on the mail boat “Legacy” which was to sail in the evening of June 5.
The Pilot Club of Abaco held its 2nd Annual Emerald Ball at the Touch of Class Restaurant on Dec. 14. President Christine Lightbourne extended a heartfelt welcome to guests attending the phenomenal event.
In the early morning hours of Nov. 16, the Pilot Club of Abaco celebrated International Care & Kindness week by demonstrating what it means to be kind. According to Pilot Keora Archer, the team of volunteers painted the home of Sheila Calma, a disabled lady residing in Murphy Town.
Love for the Lowes is a joint community project by The Pilot Club of Abaco, The Rotary Club of Abaco and the Scurvy Few.