The Treasure Coast Pilot Club is an organization of women dedicated to service and friendship that meet once a month. We have fund raising and service projects throughout the year. Once a year we engage in a service project dedicated to brain disorder which is the main focus of the Pilot International.
Pilot members are business and professional leaders who share a common trait, the desire to help people in need and to make the world a better place to live. Since 1991, the service focus of Pilot International has been helping people affected by brain related disorders.
Pilot International Annual Convention
Indian River County New Officers
The Pilot Club also hosted an annual event, Autumn in the Park, a fund-raiser. Which was an event held to fund 5 scholarships and other charitable gifts. Autumn in the Park ended on the city’s 100th birthday, 2019.
Left to Right: Terri Wagner, Joan Edwards, Jane Bentley, Linda Gust, Barb Peltier, Sue Schadt, Tammy Bursick, Cathy Neville and Dorothy Carter.
Pilot International was chartered on October 18, 1921 in Macon, Georgia, USA. by Elizabeth Leonard and forty local business women. The name “Pilot” was inspired by the mighty riverboat pilots of that day who represented leadership and guidance. “True Course Ever”
100 years of Community Service
Autumn In The Park