Wayland State Pilot Governor
May 20, 2021
The Pilot Club of Hohenwald is proud to announce that one of its members, Lindsey Wayland, seated right, was installed as Governor of the Tennessee District Pilot International at the District Convention held April 24, 2021. The installation ceremony was conducted by her friend and a former Pilot, Kathryn Kozlinski.
After graduating from LCHS in 2005 Governor Lindsey attended UT at Martin earning her Bachelors Degree in Psychology and Masters of Science Degree in Education with focus of Community Counseling. She has held several positions in the health field including Public Health Educator at Lewis County Health Department and presently serves as Public Health Program Director at South Central Regional Health Office of Tennessee Department of Health in Columbia. She and former Pilot Kathryn Kozlinski partnered to host an Alzheimer's support group in the community for several years. She also is actively involved in the Hohenwald Church of Christ.
There are nine clubs composing the Tennessee District located across the state at Athens (2), Chattanooga, Cleveland, Cookeville, Lenoir City, Martin, Oak Ridge and Hohenwald. The mission of the organization is to influence positive change in communities throughout the world. This is done through friendship and service, with a focus on brain safety/health and supporting caregivers. Its new signature safety helmet project aims to place safety helmets on as many youth as possible. Pilot also sponsors Anchor Clubs, a volunteer service organization for young people. Another initiative is a "Pick-Me-Up" project for anyone in the community who provides care for others.
Pilot continually searches for volunteers to assist its programs and projects. Anyone looking for an opportunity to make a difference in your community while having fun and making lifelong friendships, consider visiting one of our clubs at http://www.pilottndistrict.com or http://www.pilotinternational.org to learn more about Pilot.
Needless to say Governor Lindsey will have a busy year leading the Tennessee District of Pilot.