Anchor

ANCHOR INTERNATIONAL
The Youth Division of Pilot International

Anchor International was started in 1952.  Anchor is made up of more than 6,000 young people — both male and female students. Anchor clubs are found throughout the United States, Bahamas and Japan. We currently have 33 Anchor Clubs in the Georgia District. Anchor Clubs take on many forms: some are affiliated with schools (middle schools and high schools); some are community-based. Some are large and some are small. Regardless of size or composition, one thing is true of all Anchors: they serve because they want to make a difference.

Anchor Club service projects increase the awareness of and help those affected by brain-related disorders. Anchor Club projects are as diverse as the schools and communities in which they are found. Whether working with special education kids or with senior adults affected by Alzheimer’s disease, Anchor members make a difference and have fun doing it!

Characteristics of an Anchor:
Altruism — Anchors participate in altruistic activities through selection, organization and participation in various service projects, both in their schools and in their communities.
Noble Purpose — Anchors discover that it is always more rewarding to give than to receive.
Citizenship — Anchors assume leadership roles within their club and are given the drive and experience to become better citizens.
Honor — Anchors are honorable people: honest and fair, showing integrity through consistency in their beliefs and actions.
Open-Minded — Anchors step outside their own comfort zone to view others and themselves in a new and kinder light.
Responsibility — Anchors are taught to be responsible for themselves and others through group activities.

Anchor Forms and Information:
Anchor Club Officer Form (fillable)
Anchor Club Dues Invoice (fillable) (for International dues)
Anchor Club Treasurer’s Report (fillable) (for International dues)
2022-23 Georgia District Anchor Dues Invoice
2022-23 Georgia District Treasurer’s Report
2022-23 Anchor Important Dates (revised Nov 2022)
Pilot Anchor Photo Video Release Form
2022-23 Georgia District Anchor Expense Voucher

District Officer Requirements 2023-24
2023-24 District Officer Nomination

2023 Community Service Award Application (revised)

2023 Georgia District Anchor Scholarship Application
2023 GPF Anchor Scholarship Application

GEORGIA DISTRICT ANCHOR CONVENTION
February 24-25, 2023
Great Wolf Lodge
150 Tom Hall Parkway
LaGrange, GA 30240

2022 Convention Regulations
2022 Convention Registration Form
2022 Convention Parent Permission Form
Anchor Youth Release
Scrapbook Guidelines for Anchor 2022-23

Anchor Newsletters

2022-23:
GA District Anchor Newsletter (1st Qtr – Sept 2022)

2021-22:
September 2021, November 2021, January 2022, April 2022

2020-21:
September 2020, November 2020, January 2021, April 2021

2019-20:
September 2019, November 2019, January 2020, April 2020

2018-19:
September 2018, November 2018, January 2019, March 2019

2017-18:
September 2017
, November 2017, January 2018, March 2018

2016-17:
September 2016, November 2016, January 2017, April 2017

2015-16:
September 2015, November 2015, January 2016

2014-15:
September 2014, November 2014, January 2015, April 2015

2013-14:
September 2013, November 2013, January 2014, April 2014