LAURINBURG — The Scottish Pilot Club of Laurinburg hosted its Annual Spring Event recently at Scotia Village. Seventy-two ladies played bridge and enjoyed a day of fun and lunch with friends.
Hi-Lites Ladies Clothing with narrator, Terry Gallman entertained the group with the latest spring fashions. Local models walked the runway with the new colors and styles for spring and summer. Daytime attire and after five creations were shown. Gallman demonstrated different ways to wear scarves.
The event was held on April 7.
The Scottish Pilot Club of Laurinburg is member of Pilot International which is a community-based volunteer service organization with special interest in brain health and fitness, caring for families in need, and youth development and leadership.
Local projects include Project InAsMuch, Christmas Cheer, BrainMinders in Scotland County Schools, Saint Andrew’s University Equestrian Therapy Program, Special Olympics and the Scotland Memorial Foundation’s Cancer Treatment Center. Pick Me Ups were delivered to public service departments and agencies during International Care and Kindness Week in November.
Recently bags were filled with camping necessities for the counselors of Camp Spinoza. Each year a scholarship is awarded to a senior high school student continuing their education.
The Scottish Pilot Club collaborates with the Laurinburg Pilot Club to support the Anchor Club at Scotland High School.
For information about the Scottish Pilot Club, call President Barbara Mack at 910-276-7156.