Talk about a busy start to the New Year! Members of the Pilot Club of Sulphur Springs have at least three projects about to begin, and you’re invited to get involved! Veteran member Jane Goldsmith joined me on the Morning Show.
Coming up is the Pilot Club’s “Caregiver of the Year” award which will be presented during the Chamber of Commerce Banquet in February. If you know a Hopkins County individual caring for someone with a brain-related disorder, and whose caregiving work is voluntary, you can nominate that person for recognition as Caregiver of the Year. Nomination deadline is January 28. Mail nominations to
P.O. Box 145, Brashear, 75420.
Later this month, Hoop Dreams will begin, a basketball program specially designed for youngsters with brain-related disorders. The Lions Club joins with Pilot Club members to make up the coaching and support for four teams of youngsters. Currently 30 youth are signed up, but there’s room for more. The season lasts from January 25 through February 22, and is held weekly at the SS Elementary School gym.
And coming up in March, it’s the annual Pilot Club Spring Brunch for ladies of the community. Tammy Whitehurst and her “Joy for the Journey” program, a fabulous brunch, a large collection of items in the silent auction and enjoying friends and fellowship awaits everyone who attends. It’s Saturday March 26
from 10am til noon
at League Street Church of Christ. Tickets are $15. For information on any program, contact Jane Goldsmith at 903-348-5099
or any member of the Sulphur Springs Pilot Club.