Project Pick Me Ups

posted Jul 27, 2017, 8:07 AM by Brandy Roberts   [ updated Jul 27, 2017, 9:33 AM ]

Individually wrapped cupcakes were delivered on July 26, 2017, to the law enforcement officers  of the Denham Springs and Walker Police Departments as well as the Denham Springs City Marshals. They were given in acknowledgment of the selfless service these officers give to our communities. 

 Denham Springs Police DepartmentProject Pick Me UpsKathy deGeneres, Sheryl Westmoreland, Sarah Sullivan, Cheri Dawson and Donna Spillman with Sgt. Paul Steagall, Ofc. Daniel Beadle, Ofc. David Courtney, and Lt. Tommy Delrie

 Walker Police Department
Officers Laura Jenkins and Bailey Newsom with Pilots Gail Langridge, Dianna Schenk and Stella Corley.
Pilots Terri Borde, Sarah Sullivan and Sandy LeBlanc prepare Pick Me Ups.
 Denham Springs Marshal's OfficePilots Stella Corley, Dianna Schenk and Gail Langridge with officers Darryl Averitt and David Hooter.

2016-2017 Installation Banquet

posted Jun 26, 2016, 10:13 AM by Brandy Roberts   [ updated Jul 16, 2016, 3:11 PM ]

The new officer installation and award banquet was held Thursday, June 9, 2016 at Greystone Golf and Country Club, Denham Springs, LA at 6:30.

Sally Womack installed the new officers:

Incoming President: Linda Kristiansen;
President-elect: Terri Borde; 
Treasurer: Susan Abels, assisted by Lori Callais; 
Recording Secretary: Sybil Wallendal; 
Corresponding Secretary: Charla Fletcher; 
One Year Directors: Gail Langridge, Dianna Schenk, and Sandy LeBlanc; 
Two Year Directors: Michelle Civello and Carolyn Rice.

Bobbie Sceroler presented Michelle Civello and Carolyn Rice with Newcomer of The Year awards for 2015-16
Kathy deGeneres presented an award to Jeri Frazier, on behalf of the Anchor Club; the award was to acknowledge the Anchor Club’s 30 years of outstanding service to Denham Springs High School and the community.   Bobbie Sceroler presents Jeri Frazier with the Pilot of The Year Award for 2015-16.


9/11 “Cry Out America” Event for Livingston Parish

posted Jul 21, 2015, 9:40 AM by Brandy Roberts   [ updated Jul 21, 2015, 9:42 AM ]

Cry Out America!
Today, more than ever, America faces trying times. There’s uncertainty in our national security, and for the future of our people and our nation. Threats and acts of terrorism and war at home and abroad, economic dependence and instability, divisive legislative policies, crumbling family units, tests of our faith, and challenges to our beliefs, our rights, our educational systems and our spiritual institutions weigh heavily upon us all. America is becoming a nation divided. If we do not stand united, together we will fall. We must “cry out for America” together.


The 2015 “Cry Out America,” 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony & Prayer Service, will be held in the Livingston Parish Council Chambers, 20355 Government Blvd., Livingston, at 11:45 a.m., Friday, September 11. Citizens, businesses, government agencies, schools and churches are encouraged to take an hour off to come together as a parish on this historic day that monumentally changed our lives and our world forever.


May we never forget the horrific events of September 11, 2001. Standing united against terrorism, Americans will gather at noon in courthouses all across our great nation to remember and honor the many sacrifices made on that fateful day. In one accord, prayers will be voiced for our federal, state and local governments and leaders, judicial system, educational system, military, first responders, youth and children, marriage and families, churches, media, and for the unity and future of America. Patriotic music and readings will be shared, and for one hour of our time, we can unite our voices, our hearts, our prayers and our spirits - and we can make a difference.


The Chief Judge of the 21st JDC, Honorable Bob Morrison, will be this year’s Master of Ceremonies. Program participants will include ranking members of the Judiciary and Legislative branches, officials and leaders in Livingston Parish, and local clergy. Church and school leaders are asked to encourage their congregations and students to attend.

Parish organizers of Cry Out America are coordinator Carolyn Hatcher, Annie Fugler, Floy Law, Janice Bourgoyne and Edith Carlin. Please invite your friends, family and neighbors. Livingston Parish, let’s raise our flags and stand up for America! Join us on September 11. For more information, contact Carolyn Hatcher at (225) 936-9066 or

Please contact Annie at (225) 802-6454 or if interested in interviews or appearances prior to event, and arrangements will be made with participants.

Submitted by:
Annie Fugler

2015 Baby Shower

posted Mar 22, 2015, 11:49 AM by Brandy Roberts

Every year, the Pilot Club of Denham Springs​ "hosts" a baby shower in April for someone who has sought help from the Family Resource Clinic​.  This year, our Prayer Angel is a 16 year old female who hopes that she and the baby's father finish school and that she has a complication free pregnancy.  

The sex of the child is unknown.  New and gently used items are both greatly appreciated.

To contribute to our shower, please contact Brandy Roberts to make arrangements at 225.304.6225 or  

2015 Traumatic Brain Injury Camp

posted Jan 16, 2015, 10:46 PM by Brandy Roberts   [ updated Jan 23, 2015, 9:46 PM ]

Join us March 6-8, 2015 for the Louisiana District's 2nd annual Traumatic Brain Injury Camp, held near Leesville, Louisiana at the Louisiana Lion's Camp on Vernon Lake.  Find all about this year's Camp Fleur de Lis activities and save the date!

Free donations through

posted Jan 3, 2015, 2:16 PM by Brandy Roberts   [ updated Jan 3, 2015, 2:18 PM ]

Have you heard of  If you use our referral link, we'll receive donations from your purchases at no cost to you.  You can also download a browser extension that both reminds you when you're on an eligible site and lists coupon codes for the site you're on.  Please give it a shot!

Read the note about shopping on before purchasing!  Not quite as easy to remember as other retailers, but worth it!

POUND THE PAVEMENT for Pilot 5K & 1 mile run

posted Oct 4, 2014, 5:42 PM by Brandy Roberts   [ updated Oct 15, 2014, 6:39 AM ]

Our inaugural event will kick off November 15, 2014 at 8am with the 1 mile walk/run followed by the 5K. The festivities will all be held at the Kidz Korner Playland.  Awards will be given 3 deep in all age groups with an overall male and female.  

Proceeds from this event will be used to fund projects such as Livingston Activity Center parties, Project Graduation, Fans for the Elderly at Council on Aging, Livingston Youth & Family Counseling, Latchkey Kids Academy, Women Outreaching Women and many, many more services for our community.  In 2013, Pilots sponsored a special needs baseball/basketball camp for the City of Walker.  In February 2014 we had our inaugural Traumatic Brain Injury weekend for adults with traumatic brain injuries. 

Help a school earn $500

The Livingston Parish school with the MOST registrants will receive $500 from the Pilot Club.  Schools must have AT LEAST 15 participants to qualify. 

*In order for the Livingston Parish School's to be eligible for the win, the school's name (and only one school's name per registrant) must be entered on the 2nd page of your registration form!  If you have already registered, please see Pre-Registration Billing or Technical Questions contact information below.

  • $25 early registration fee before November 7th with event shirt guaranteed
  • $30 after November 7th
  • Race day registration starts @ 7 am





























Event Questions
Please contact our coordinator for this fundraiser if you have questions about this event:

Kayla Johnson

Pre-Registration Billing or Technical Questions
Please contact Cajun Timing if you pre-registered online or have technical problems with the registration form:

Cajun Timing
(866) 972-2348

Hoop de Doo: Thanks and pictures for download

posted Sep 28, 2013, 7:17 PM by Brandy Roberts   [ updated Sep 28, 2013, 7:31 PM ]

After months of planning, coordinating and volunteer hours through the help of many, we held our Hoop de Doo at First Baptist Church in Denham Springs today.  We had great weather and SO many help make this a great event.  Thanks to our club members, Mighty Moms, Carter's SupermarketDenham Springs Fire Department , Denham Springs Marshal's officeLivingston Homeland Security, Trixie the Clown, Sparkles the Clown, and many others for helping to pull it all together.. and than you all for coming out today for our fundraiser!  

Download (see help) the entire album or just a few pictures from today and please link back to us online!

Hoop-de-Doo Fall Fest

posted Sep 9, 2013, 12:16 PM by Brandy Roberts   [ updated Sep 9, 2013, 3:24 PM ]

On Sept. 28th, 2013, the Club will have the Hoop-de-Doo Fall Fest at First Baptist Church from 9a-1p.  It will be held indoors and out.  There will be hot dogs, sweets, cotton candy, popcorn and drinks.  There will be games and crafts for the children with prizes given.  There will be a stick horse race, bean bag throw, pick up ducks in water, musical squares, a do it yourself photo booth, a clown, animal balloons, the sheriff’s helicopter will be there, a fire truck, the puppet show and McGruff.   The children may come dressed in a costume, but no scary ones are allowed.  The tickets are $15 and may also be purchased at the door.  

The Pilot Club of Denham Springs Receives Grant to Support Youth with Disabilities

posted Apr 6, 2013, 6:31 AM by Brandy Roberts   [ updated Sep 28, 2013, 11:13 PM ]

March 8, 2013

The Pilot Club of Denham Springs, Louisiana, received a $1,000 matching grant from the Pilot International Foundation to support area youth with significant developmental and physical disabilities who participate in the Challenger Division of Little League Baseball through the Walker Parks and Recreation. The Challenger Division enables youth with disabilities to participate in team play providing therapeutic and socialization benefits of sports in an athletic environment structured to their individualized needs. The team is open to boys and girls ages 4-18 (21 if still in school). The Pilot Club of Denham Springs will use grant funds to purchase equipment including helmets, protective gear, balls, bats, tees, bases and gloves to meet the needs of a wide range of sizes and abilities.

The Pilot International Foundation is the charitable arm of Pilot International, a global organization of approximately 25,000 adult and youth members who are working together to improve the quality of life in local communities and throughout the world. Pilot’s service focus is helping people affected by brain disorders and disabilities through volunteer activities, projects, and fund-raisers.

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