Scottish Pilots donate to food project


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Contributed photo From left are Scottish Pilot Club Ambassador Ida McGill, Executive Director of Project INASMUCH Virginia Ray and Scottish Pilot Club President Barbara Mack.


LAURINBURG —The Scottish Pilot Club of Laurinburg recently presented Project INASMUCH with a donation.

Project INASMUCH provides food to 761 Scotland County students each week. Bags are packed by volunteers with snacks to help the children through the weekend.

Ten years ago, Virginia Ray was asked by an elementary school principal to help children who were so hungry on Monday mornings that they could not function or do their work. This is when Project INASMUCH was created. The title INASMUCH comes from the Bible, “In as much as you did it unto one of the least of these, my brethren, you did it unto me.”

The Scottish Pilot Club is a member of Pilot International which is a community-based volunteer service organization. The main initiatives of Pilot International are youth development and leadership, brain safety and fitness and caring for families in need.

For information about the Scottish Pilot Club, call Barbara Mack, President at 910-276-7156 or Betty Smith, membership chair at 910-276-1886.

Contributed photo From left are Scottish Pilot Club Ambassador Ida McGill, Executive Director of Project INASMUCH Virginia Ray and Scottish Pilot Club President Barbara Mack.
http://laurinburgexchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_SPC-October-2015-051.jpgContributed photo From left are Scottish Pilot Club Ambassador Ida McGill, Executive Director of Project INASMUCH Virginia Ray and Scottish Pilot Club President Barbara Mack.

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