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50th Anniversary of Pilot Club of China Grove-Landis

CHINA GROVE-LANDIS — The Pilot Club of China Grove-Landis celebrated its 50th year of friendship and service to the community on Tuesday, May 15.

Special guests were Sandra Emmons, Past President; Teresa Riddle, Charter Member; Bobbie Suddeth, Past President; Amy Hurst, Pilot Club of Kannapolis;
Martha Safrit, Past President;
Connie Corriher, 50 year Charter Member and Past President of Pilot Club of China Grove-Landis.

Pilot Club members make an impact in community through service, such as providing school supplies to local elementary schools, pick-me-ups for hospice staff, and desserts for local police and firemen. Proceeds from past fund-raising events have been used to give two scholarships to a senior from Jesse Carson High School and a senior from South Rowan High School. The Club is currently using puppets to teach local kindergarten students about brain safety.

The Pilot Club guests included: Charter member Teresa Riddle; Amy Hurst from Pilot Club of Kannapolis; and three Past Presidents, Bobbie Suddeth, Martha Safrit and Sandra Emmons.

Joan Corriher presented charter member and past president Connie Corriher with 50 Year Certificate and Pin from Pilot International.
The Pilot Club of China Grove-Landis meets the third Tuesday each month at 7 p.m. at the Frank Tadlock Branch Library. Guests are welcome. Contact Shelia Nance at 704 433-1504 or san_retired@yahoo.com for information.

 

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