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NewsJanuary/February From PIHQ • March 2014 2013

IN THIS ISSUE...

P1...Letter From Pilot International P2...PI Nominations, New PI Awards P3-5..2014 PI Convention, Chicago, IL P6...Anchor Club Information P7...Brain Safety & Fitness Updates and Partnership Opportunities, Caring for Families in Need P8...I AM A PILOT • ARE YOU A PILOT? New Member Recruitment Resources P9...PI Founders Fund Information, 250 Club & Pacesetters Info. P10...Nominate an Outstanding Pilot or Anchor P11...PIHQ Announcements, EC & PIHQ Contact Information and Weblinks

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Jacqueline Cornaby, Keynote Speaker, 2014 Pilot International Annual Convention & Leadership Conference Chicago, IL • July 2-6, 2014

Dear Pilots, The Convention Planning Committee has been hard at work designing the exciting and educational experience that awaits you at this year’s Pilot International Annual Convention & Leadership Conference! Inside this newsletter you will find a wealth of information about this year’s event including details about our new FUNdraisers, exciting pre-convention Chicago area tours, special events, new mentoring opportunities for first-time attendees, our enhanced Navigator program, the 2nd Annual Anchor Leadership Summit and much much more! We are also thrilled to introduce this year’s keynote speaker, Jacqueline Cornaby (pictured below left). The author of “Get to Good: A Mantra for Life,” Jacqueline is most known for her mainstream transformational coaching for individuals and audiences worldwide. Her popular Jacqueline ISM, Oh My Stars, is her voice of empowerment calling upon potential. We are excited to welcome Jacqueline to this year’s international convention which promises to be the best one yet! We are also pleased to announce that approximately 350 of our new I AM A PILOT - PILOT INTERNATIONAL NEW MEMBER GUIDES have been mailed out from HQ to members who joined since July 1, 2014. Moving forward, if your club is having an initiation ceremony, you may choose to request that your new members bring their guides with them. Please remember that these guides (which replace the previous new member packets) are now being mailed directly to each new member from Pilot International Headquarters at no cost to the clubs. This new benefit of membership will hopefully help our new members connect to our larger organization. While these guides are not available for purchase by clubs or individuals on a regular basis, they will be available at convention in Chicago at $5 each. We realize that many Pilots may want their own copy of this beautiful guide. Your club may wish to purchase a copy to have as a model to display at Share Pilot events. This exciting new publication is part of a whole collection of new materials now available to help our clubs recruit and retain new members. You can find out more about this new suite of resources on page 8. We also would like to take a moment to once again invite you to participate in the Pilot International leadership nominations process, currently underway. Serving as a Pilot leader has benefits beyond a stronger and more effective organization. It also benefits the individual Pilots. New skills, personal growth, and opportunities to meet new people...Pilots experience all these and more. There is no better training ground for management than elected office. Taking part in the decisions that shape the Pilot organization is a reward in itself. More information on this process and its requirements can be found on page 2. I ask that each of you take the nomination process seriously and give careful consideration to nominate qualified candidates for each office at all levels of Pilot... and to accept nominations if you are asked. In Pilot Friendship,

Judy Langley Pilot International President


Pilot International News • January/February 2014 Appeal to Participate in the International Leadership Nomination Process To be successful as an international organization, Pilot International must have a diverse slate of talented, qualified and committed nominees from which to choose next year’s leaders. All Pilots, by joining their clubs and enthusiastically giving of their time and energy to participate in club activities, have shown their willingness to serve their communities. The next logical step is serving in leadership positions at the club, district and international levels. Remember that many Pilots may be willing to serve, but simply have not been asked. A few reminders: • Club officers must be elected no later than one month prior to District convention. • All district officers must now be elected, and must have previously served as president of a Pilot Club. • No nomination is required for PI President, as President Elect Sherry Johnson will automatically assume the position of President at the close of international convention in Chicago. • Nominations for the international offices of President Elect, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and four Directors are to be made, beginning in January, with qualification forms due to Pilot International by April 23, 2014. Detailed job descriptions and requirements for each office can be found in Article XXV of the Pilot International Bylaws: http://www.pilotinternational.org/imapilot/governance • Please see the following link for qualifications for international officers: http://www.pilotinternational. org/imapilot/2014-2015pinominationinformation If your club nominates a candidate for an International office, please inform the potential candidate of his/her nomination as soon as possible, so that he/she may have time to complete and submit the qualification form by April 23, 2014. Nominees must also prepare a vision statement and include references and a professional headshot with their qualification form. Please send a copy of the nomination to Pilot International Headquarters and the nominees’ club president. After a candidate’s information is received... 1. In compliance with Pilot International Bylaws, PI Headquarters will provide copies of the qualification forms of all candidates to the PI Nominating Committee. 2. Thirty days prior to the international convention, approved qualification forms (including vision statements) will be provided to each club, to the Pilot International Administrative Council, and to the Past Pilot International Presidents. The information will also be posted on the PI website. 3. All nominees will participate in a forum prior to the election held at the Annual PI Convention. Vision statements will not be read by the nominees before the convention body.

Introducing Pilot’s New Club and Individual Awards! “…We shall radiate that which is unselfish, beautiful, and true.” Pilots and Anchors exemplify these words found in our Pilot Code of Ethics on a daily basis as we serve others in our global communities.

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It is the nature of Pilots to do good for others and not seek accolades for doing so. However, Pilot International, in an effort to inspire others and provide some of the best practices, has chosen to recognize some of our unsung heroes. We want you to be a part of making this happen by nominating individuals and clubs for the various awards we have put in place.

To learn more about these exciting new awards, please visit the Pilot International Website at the following link: http://www.pilotinternational.org/imapilot/pilotinternationalawards. Please note that Pilot International Headquarters highly encourages clubs to submit nominations online and submit required supplemental documentation in electronic PDF format. In order to facilitate this effort, Pilot International is currently compiling a “How to Create PDF Dossiers” tutorial which will be available on the Pilot International Website at the above link starting the week of March 3.


Pilot International News • January/February 2014 2014 Pilot International Annual Convention & Leadership Conference July 2 - 6, 2014 • Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers

Tentative Schedule of Events Friday, July 4

Wednesday, July 2 10:00 - 5:30 PM Registration Open 12:30 PM - 5 PM Area Tours (pre-registration required) 4:00 - 5 PM First-Time Attendee & Mentor Meet & Greet, President’s Suite 7:00 - 8:30 PM Opening Celebration *All Pilots are asked to bring an unwrapped gift (<$5) to the Opening Celebration and hand it to a Doorkeeper. These gifts must be labeled with your contact information (name and cell phone number). These gifts will be placed on the tables at Friday’s luncheon.*

9:00 - 10:15 PM

Navigators’ Meeting

Thursday, July 3 7:30 - 8:30 AM Co-Pilot Breakfast 8:30 AM - 12 PM 1st Business Session 12 PM - 2:00 PM Election (delegates only) 12 PM - 2:00 PM Lunch on Your Own (except Governors) 2:15 PM - 4:00 PM 2nd Business Session 4:15 PM - 5:30 PM 3rd Business Session 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM Election Run-off (if necessary) 6:15 PM Dinner on Your Own

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Registration for the 2014 Pilot International Annual Convention & Leadership Conference is NOW OPEN! Visit the Pilot International Website (I’m a Pilot>2014 PI Convention) or click HERE to download the registration form. Online registration will open during the week of March 3.

2014 Pilot International Annual Convention & Leadership Conference.

9:00 - 10:30 AM General Session 11 AM - 12:30 PM President/President Elect Workshop 11 AM - 12:30 PM PI Founders Fund Rep Training 11 AM- 12:00 PM Workshop of Choice 12:15 - 1:15 PM Workshop of Choice 1:30 - 3:30 PM Celebrating You! Luncheon Speaker Jacqueline Cornaby, Life Coach and author of “Get to Good:

A Mantra for Life”

Awards, Recognition of Donors *Gift Exchange - Members can contact the person whose gift is at their seat and have an opportunity to meet and make a new Pilot friend! Pilots will be encouraged to take “selfies” with their new friend. These snapshots of new friendships formed will be displayed during Convention. Please note instruc tions printed in red have CHANGED since this information was last published.

4:00 - 5:00 PM Donor Recognition 6:15 PM Dine Around Chicago (pre-registration required) 6:15 PM Dinner on Your Own (all others)

Saturday, July 5 8:00 - 8:45 AM Memorial Service 9:00 - 10:30 AM PI General Session 11:00 AM - 12 PM 4th Business Meeting 12:00 PM Receiving Line to Meet 2014-2015 PI Leaders 12:00 - 2:00 PM Lunch on Your Own 2:15 - 3:15 PM Workshop of Choice 3:30 - 4:30 PM Workshop of Choice 7:00 PM Installation Banquet

Other 2014 Convention Items of Note • COL Monday, June 30 - Wednesday, July 1 at noon • Rooms are $179 + tax (total of $208.36) per night • Parking fees are $51 valet or $45 self parking at the hotel per day. For those looking to P save on parking, you can park at the airport and take a taxi or other transportation downtown.

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Pilot International News • January/February 2014

2014 PI Convention Tours, Special Events & New Amenities •

In addition to the headquarters room traditionally provided for Japanese Pilots, Pilot International will also provide a reserved international headquarters room as a place for International Pilots (Bahamas, Canada, Singapore and South Africa) to meet and gather and discuss issues specific to international members.

A “Chicago Dine Around” progressive dining experience on July 4 (http://www.chicagodinearound. com) which will visit three different restaurants with a stop at the museum campus to view fireworks. Participants will be picked up and dropped off at the hotel. This is NOT a PI fundraising event. More information regarding this event and a separate registration form will be available on the Pilot International Website the week of March 3.

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Chicago city tours will be available prior to convention on Wednesday afternoon. Click on the images below and on the following page for more information regarding each tour. If you are a Governor, please plan your tours before or after convention as you will have a required meeting of the International Administrative Council on Wednesday afternoon.

In order to help first-time international convention attendees feel more welcome and to answer any questions they may have, PI is encouraging seasoned attendees to sign up to mentor a first-time attendee. This is a wonderful opportunity to share your knowledge of Pilot and to make a new Pilot friend. If you are interested in mentoring a first-time attendee, please check the appropriate box on the 2014 PI Annual Convention & Leadership Registration Form. PLEASE NOTE: The ONLINE registration form does not include this option. If you register online and want to act as a mentor, please email Megan Milton at megan@pilothq.org to indicate your willingness to serve in this capacity.

2nd Annual Anchor Leadership Summit*

Redesigned Navigator Program: The Navigator Program is currently being reevaluated and redesigned, much like we did for the Anchor Leadership Summit. Activities for Navigators will differ for older & younger children.*

*This year, each youth program has its own registration form (available on the Pilot International Website starting the week of March 3) and additional required documentation. Please be sure to utilize the correct form when registering and submit all necessary documentation at that time.

Chicago is one of America’s most beloved and beautiful cities. There is literally no end to all of the entertainment this city has in store! For more information about Chicago and to plan your family’s 2014 PI Convention experience in advance visit http://www.choosechicago.com/.


Pilot International News • January/February 2014

2014 International Convention FUNdraisers! For more information on these exciting FUNdraisers, click on any of the images below or visit the Pilot International Website (I’m a Pilot>2014 PI Convention>Convention Fundraisers).

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Pilot International News • January/February 2014

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Anchor Clubs [Youth Leadership & Development]

• We are pleased to announce that the NEW Anchor Handbook is available to download from the Pilot International Website. To access this great new resource, please visit I’m An Anchor/Anchor Resources/Anchor Club Operational Documents or click http://bit.ly/anchor_OpsDocs. • International Anchor Dues were due to PIHQ by November 1st. Dues are still $10 per member with insurance fees of $4 per member added for a total of $14 per member. Dues Invoice Forms and Treasurer’s Forms are available on the PI Website. • Please send in a completed Anchor Membership form for EVERY club member so we can have the correct information for our new membership database system. • All Anchor Operational Documents (including those listed above) can be found on the PIlot International Website at this link: http://bit.ly/anchor_OpsDocs. • Please send photos and articles of your amazing projects for submission in the next issue of The Anchor! We’d love to hear from you and share your great work! Please send all information to anchor@pilothq.org ASAP!

Show Your Anchor Pride! Check out the great new Anchor items now available from the Pilot Peddler - just in time for Anchor District Conventions! Items include new Anchor t-shirts, fleece pullovers, pens, travel cups, balloons, pencils, lanyards and the popular graduation cords (shown right). Additional new items will be available soon! Clubs may wish to purchase items for graduates or order items for use as special Anchor awards at the end of the year. Items sell out fast so visit http://pilot. mybigcommerce.com/anchors/ or click Shop>Pilot Peddler on the Pilot International Website homepage to order yours today!

Anchor International Awards We are excited to announce that more awards have been added to the 2013-14 Anchor Award program! There will be cash awards and scholarships available to the winners, and all will receive their awards at the Anchor Leadership Summit in Chicago this coming July. Click HERE for a detailed listing of all new Anchor International Awards. •

Applications are forthcoming and will be located on the website under Anchor Resources/Anchor Club Awards Information. • Most applications are due May 1st in order to be eligible for consideration. • Winners will be notified by June 1st so they can make arrangements to join us in Chicago! Please email anchor@pilothq.org with questions about awards and scholarships. Please note that Pilot International Headquarters highly encourages clubs to submit nominations online and submit required supplemental documentation in electronic PDF format. In order to facilitate this effort, Pilot International is currently compiling a “How to Create PDF Dossiers” tutorial which will be available at the above link starting the week of March 3.

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Registration for the 2014 Anchor Leadership Summit is NOW OPEN! Visit the Pilot International Website (I’m a Pilot>2014 PI Convention) or click HERE to download the registration forms. Online registration will open during the week of March 3.

Congratulations to the newly chartered Anchor Club of St. Ann Catholic School in Decatur, AL (above). The new Anchor Club is proudly sponsored by the Pilot Club of Decatur. Look for more information about this outstanting new club in the next issue of The Anchor.


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Pilot International News • January/February 2014

Brain Safety & Fitness Pilot International encourages ALL Pilot and Anchor Clubs to participate in Safe Kids Day 2014!

WHAT IS SAFE KIDS DAY? Safe Kids Day is an annual fundraising, awareness, and event initiative to keep kids safe from preventable injuries, the #1 killer of kids in the United States. In April 2014, Safe Kids Worldwide and our partners will be working at the local and national levels to promote child injury prevention and motivate families in communities everywhere to join us in keeping kids safe.

WHEN IS SAFE KIDS DAY? For 2014, the national Safe Kids Day is April 12. This day is important for focusing awareness and marketing efforts. However, please feel free to plan your events and awareness campaign for when works best for you, your community, and your local coalition. Anytime in the weeks surrounding April 12 will work well to coincide with the national campaign. Safe Kids Worldwide has prepared a full toolkit for Pilot Clubs to use in preparation for Safe Kids Day 2014. Click the following link to download this useful kit: http://bit. ly/pilot_SKDay. The kit includes: • A Safe Kids Day handbook • A powerpoint for clubs to use to introduce potential supporters to Safe Kids Day • Customizable letters to Corporate Prospects, Foundation Prospects and Individuals • Talking points to use with potential supporters • A customizable Thank You letter Safe Kids will also be posting a recorded webinar on Getting Started soon on their website.

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Pilot International is pleased to announce that the NEW BrainMinders™ skits and coloring pages are now available on the Pilot International Website at the following link: http://bit.ly/pilot_BMResources! Through the creativity of members like you, these skits will introduce children to Wise Old Owl and all his fuzzy, funny, smart, and sunny BrainMinder™ Buddies. These skits, with the help of Pilots and Anchors around the world, will show children ages 3-6 how to “Play Safe and Play Smart!” for years to come! The new adventures with our familiar BrainMindersTM Buddies friends are sure to be enjoyed by club members and children alike! Please contact brainminders@pilothq. org with any questions or comments. All previously released BrainMindersTM materials are also currently available on the Pilot International Website at the following link: http://bit.ly/pilot_BMResources.

The Dana Alliance for Brain Initiative’s Annual Brain Awareness Week is March 10-16, 2014. New resources for Pilot Clubs wishing to participate in this initiative (including an updated Proclamation Template and several new printable flyers) are now available on the Pilot International Website at the following link: http://www.pilotinternational.org/partners/brainawarenessweek2014.

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your club given a Pick Me Up? Care How did your clubHascelebrate International Care & Kindness Week? Pilot International wants to share your project ideas & and your success with others! Kindness Week

Email the details about your club’s projects and events to Alison Coons, Director of Communcations, at alison@pilothq.org. We’re eager to share your story! Imagined & Created By Pilot International

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Pilot International News • January/February 2014

Pilot International is Pleased to Announce the New "I AM A PILOT • ARE YOU A PILOT?" Collection of New Member, Marketing and Recruitment Collateral

The centerpiece of this exciting new campaign is the beautiful I AM A PILOT - Pilot International New Member Guide which will be sent directly from PI Headquarters to all new members at no cost to our clubs. ▶ This 9" x 12" landscape-format, 20 page, photography-rich publication educates new members about the rich history and noble initiatives of Pilot International, inspiring them to “Take The Wheel” and spread the spirit of Pilot Friendship and Service in their community. Pockets on both the front and back inside covers will hold the official new member certificate, a letter from PI President Judy Langley and the most recent copy of The Pilot Log. This publication will also be available to view on the Pilot International Website. This campaign also consists of a full complement of additional Pilot International marketing materials designed with the needs of our clubs in mind. These materials are all now available for download on the Pilot International Website at the following link: http://www. pilotinternational.org/imapilot/clubcentral/iamapilotresources and can be personalized with your club's specific information before having them printed locally.

Additional ARE YOU A PILOT? recruitment materials include: ▶ 5" x 7" leave behind/placement cards ▶ 8 1/2” x 11” and 11” x 17” fully-customizable single-sided flyers & posters ▶ 8 1/2” x 14” (legal/tabloid sized) customizable quad-fold brochure ▶ Also included in this suite of materials is a 4” x 6” vertical table-tent and a full Club Building Manual complete with customizable meeting invitations and flyers.

Pilot International is thrilled to be able to offer these professionally designed materials to you and your clubs to assist in your efforts to grow Pilot in your communities and all around the world. These pieces encourage readers to "Take the Wheel." It is our sincere wish that they will enable you and your club to Take the Wheel and help steer Pilot International into its second great century of service.

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Pilot International News • January/February 2014

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Due to the overwhelming enthusiasm for the Yellow Rose Project at 2013 PI Convention, Pilot International PIHQ is pleased to announce that Yellow Rose Project materials will be made available for use at District Conventions in 2014. • Supplies can be ordered directly from PIHQ starting in January, 2014. Pilot International is looking to find some of the • PIHQ will provide all materials necessary to run the program at District Conventions, so BEST Founders’ Day scripts being used by our look for more information coming soon on Clubs to share through the Pilot International the Pilot International Website. Website. • The only cost to districts will be for return Although PI prepares a new script for club use postage of any unused supplies. each year, we encourage our clubs to celebrate • Please note that all monies raised will benefit this fantastic day in their own unique way, and the Pilot International Founders Fund. The many clubs choose to write their own original Yellow Rose Project cannot be used to fund script or program. local or district projects.

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If your club has an original script that you would like to submit for possible inclusion on the PI website, please send your entry (12 pt. font, double-spaced, limit 3 pages) to communications@pilothq.org by January 31, 2014 (note deadline has been extended). Submissions will be reviewed and selections chosen by the PI Executive Council. Every Pilot Club Should be a 250 Club! Don’t Miss YOUR Chance! Every District, Every Club and Every Pilot Member is encouraged to contribute $250 to the Pilot International Founders Fund for the GOALS FOR GRANTS & SCHOLARSHIPS initiative. Future leaders are counting on YOU!

Yellow Rose Project Postcards are also available for sale in sets of 5. These will make wonderful birthday gifts, thank-you notes or tokens of appreciation for members of your clubs or local partners.

Set the Pace for Pilot to DO MORE around the globe! To be recognized as a Pacesetter Club, All Pilot Clubs should remind EACH MEMBER to contribute $10 EACH to Pilot International for the PACESETTERS initiative.

The contribution deadline is MAY 15, 2014 in order to be recognized at 2014 international convention. Contributions to the Goals for Grants & Scholarships initiative help fund grants in local communities and scholarships to deserving students. Contributions to the Pacesetters initiative fund numerous Pilot programs and endeavors each year. Qualifying members, clubs and districts will receive recognition at both the upcoming District conventions and the 2014 Pilot International Annual Convention & Leadership Conference in July. Founders Fund documents can be found on the Pilot International Website at: http://bit.ly/pilot_PIFFHome

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Pilot International News • January/February 2014 Do you know an “Outstanding” Pilot or Anchor? Tell Us!

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Pilots and Anchors are Amazing People! Our club members give of themselves each and every day and joyfully answer the call to serve, whenever or wherever it comes. In all four corners of the globe, Pilots are hard at work not only doing the good deeds of Pilot and Anchor Clubs but also leading outstanding individual lives.

Pilots and Anchors are Unique Individuals! Each member brings his or her own set of skills and experiences and offers their special talents to the benefit of their club and their community at large. Without a doubt, our club members are out in the world right now making outstanding and lasting contributions, leading lives of distinction that deserve recognition. Every Pilot is special. Every Anchor is special. And every one of you is vital to our organization.

We want to share their stories! Outstanding Pilots and Outstanding Anchors from around the globe will be honored quarterly in upcoming editions of The Pilot Log or online monthly on the Pilot International Website. What makes a member “Outstanding?” That is for YOU to decide! Do you have a special member in your club who leads the kind of life you believe would inspire others? Does that person contribute to his or her society outside of the club in a way you feel is especially important? Do you have a member in your club with a unique career or someone who has made a name for themselves in a singular and positive way outside of their work with Pilot or Anchor? Then tell us!

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To nominate a club member as an Outstanding Pilot or Outstanding Anchor, write to us and tell us in 500 words or less why you think your nominee should be honored. To submit your entry (with photographs of your nominee if possible), please visit the I’m A Pilot > Outstanding Pilot page on the Pilot International Website or email Alison Coons, Director of Communications and Editor of the Pilot Log, at alison@pilothq.org. If you do not have access to email, please mail your story to Alison Coons at Pilot International Headquarters, 102 Preston Court, Macon, GA 31210 or send via fax to (478) 477-6978. Submissions will be reviewed and selections made by the Pilot International Executive Committee and PI Executive Director. We want to hear from you!

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Pilot International News • January/February 2014 Important News & Announcements from PIHQ: •

REGARDING 501c3: If, when filing the 990 e-postcard,• clubs notice that their fiscal year is INCORRECT, please continue to file the 990, then WRITE THE IRS requesting that the fiscal year under the club’s EIN be corrected to July 1 through June 30.

ADDITIONAL 501c3 INFORMATION - Pilot International has posted a selection of 501c3 Frequently Asked Questions on the PIlot International Website. Please visit http://bit.ly/pilot_Governance for information regarding 501c3.

Attention ALL Club Presidents: Please make sure PIHQ staff receive all email updates of your club member- • ship. The news and updates sent out from PIHQ are both EXCITING AND INFORMATIVE, and we want to make sure every Pilot receives them! Thank you for helping us maintain current information on all members.

Our quarterly publication, The Pilot Log, is printed and mailed to all dues paying members three times a year. All issues are also published online. One of the quarterly editions is published online, exclusively. If your club has Emeritus members who would like to receive copies of the three printed editions by mail, subscriptions are available for $10 (inside the US) and $15 (outside the US) annually. Pilot Clubs are encourged to provide and maintain annual subscriptions for their Emeritus members. For more information, please contact Alison Coons, Director of Communications and Editor of the Pilot Log at alison@ pilothq.org. In our ongoing efforts to provide clubs with more accessible marketing resources, Pilot International is compiling a database of preferred local printing services or printing tips to share on the Pilot International Website. If your club is familiar with a local printer you would like to recommend, or if you are personally affiliated with a printing service and would like to have your information included on the site, please contact Alison Coons at alison@ pilothq.org.

2013-2014 PI EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE & ECR ASSIGNMENTS • CONTACT US! Judy Langley PI President (843) 617-0689 judy.langley99@yahoo.com Sherry Johnson PI President Elect (903) 352-9868 sherryj300@yahoo.com Shannon Clegg PI Vice President (336) 963-2366 shannon.clegg@yahoo.com

Faith Stamps PI Secretary (434) 251-9740 faith.stamps@gmail.com Karen Cupit PI Treasurer (318) 376-4795 karen.cupit@att.net Bonnie Turner PI Director (256) 463-0430 bbdturner@aol.com

Stacey Chapman PI Director (662) 456-6637 sdcurry_27@yahoo.com schapman@houston.k12. ms.us Deborah Hays PI Director (574) 339-2720 viborahays@comcast.net Connie Moore PI Director (309) 781-0334 moorec2@aol.com

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Stacey Chapman Faith Stamps Judy Langley Sherry Johnson Judy Langley Karen Cupit Shannon Clegg Connie Moore Sherry Johnson Faith Stamps Sherry Johnson Shannon Clegg Shannon Clegg Bonnie Turner Connie Moore Deb Hays Deb Hays Karen Cupit Bonnie Turner Stacey Chapman

QUESTIONS? YOUR PIHQ STAFF IS READY TO HELP! Megan Milton Director of Programs/Events Office Manager (478) 477-1208, ext. 300 megan@pilothq.org

Bonnie Millirans* Director of Club Services (478) 477-1208, ext. 307 bonnie@pilothq.org anchor@pilothq.org

Alison Coons Director of Communications (901) 483-8250 alison@pilothq.org communication@pilothq.org

Tiffany Hastings Membership Records Specialist Club Information and Services Department (478) 477-1208, ext. 306 tiffany@pilothq.org

*Anchor Club Specalist To Be Filled Until such time as this position is filled, please contact Bonnie Millirans for all of your Anchor Club needs.

The “Pilot International News” is a publication of Pilot International Headquarters 102 Preston Court • Macon, GA 31210. For questions or comments please email communication@pilothq.org.

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Pilot International News January/February 2014  

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