STATESBORO, GA (WTOC) - Hundreds turned out bright and early in Statesboro this weekend to help a worthy cause.
The Pilot Club hosted its 35th Annual Benefit Breakfast, and people flocked to R.J.'s Restaurant to carry on the tradition. The club focuses on patients of Alzheimer's and children with Autism, and supports their families through support groups and the technology to keep them safe.
"People with Alzheimer's can wear tracking bracelets, and they're programmed through the sheriff's office, and you can find them if they wander off," said Faye Ruarks, Pilot Club.
The club estimates they served roughly 900 people Saturday.