MOULTRIE -- The Moultrie Pilot Club will dedicate its 2005 fundraiser to a longtime member who died earlier this year.

The Pilot Club's Wee Bit of Moultrie -- which begins at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 30, at the Sunset Country Club -- will be dedicated to the memory of Lorene Dozier Cook, a Pilot Club member from 1968 until her death April 18.

In November, Cook was honored with the club's Pilot Sweetheart award. This Pilot is a special member who shows full support of all that Pilot represents, especially the club's major project, brain-related services, according to information provided by the club at the time of the award.

Cook held several positions with the club, including five terms as president. In addition to her offices, she attended eight international conventions, 30 district conventions and fall councils, and numerous workshops.

An avid basketball player for Moultrie High School, Cook was among the first group to be inducted into the Colquitt County Sports Hall of Fame.

Wee Bit of Moultrie is the club's primary source of revenues, which members then return to charities in the community, mostly those that focus on brain health and brain disorders.

Wee Bit of Moultrie is a buffet with the best dishes from Colquitt County's restaurants. It allows participants to taste a variety of foods from the local area, and entertainment will be provided by the Colquitt County High School Jazz Band.

Door prizes will be given away, and there will be a silent auction.

Tickets are $20 and are available form any Pilot Club member.

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