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Robins Financial Sponsors the Thunder Over Georgia Air Show

Warner Robins, GA — Robins Financial Credit Union recently sponsored Robins Regional Chamber Community Partners by contributing $7,000 to the Robins Air Force Base Thunder Over Georgia Air Show.

The air show will take place from Saturday, October 1st through Sunday, October 2nd. 

Robins Financial Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with nineteen branches in central Georgia. Robins Financial currently provides financial services to over 172,000 members, with assets exceeding $2.1 billion. 

Robins Financial Credit Union Provides Scholarship

Warner Robins, GA —Robins Financial recently made a $4,000 donation to Georgia Military College to award a student a 1 year scholarship. Samantha Morales was selected as the recipient for this scholarship. She is pursuing her associates degree in Pre-Nursing and Psychology with further plans to become a nurse. 

Robins Financial Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with nineteen branches in central Georgia. Robins Financial currently provides financial services to over 172,000 members, with assets exceeding $2.1 billion. 

Robins Financial Credit Union Blood Drive Saves Over 60 Lives

Warner Robins, GA — The American Red Cross collected 21 pints of blood from Robins Financial Credit Union employees, members, and members of the community at a blood drive held on Friday, July 29th at Robins Financial Credit Union.

Each unit of blood has the ability to save up to three lives. That means the blood collected at Robins Financial Credit Union’s semiannual blood drive has the potential to save 63 lives.

The need for blood is constant and donors are always needed. To find a donation location, please visit the American Red Cross website.

Robins Financial Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with nineteen branches in central Georgia. Robins Financial currently provides financial services to over 172,000 members, with assets exceeding $2.1 billion. 

Robins Financial Credit Union Helps to Create More Miracles

Warner Robins, GA — Robins Financial recently presented the Children’s Miracle Network with a $22,200 donation.

Robins Financial hosted Miracle May where several events took place to raise funds for the Children’s Miracle Network. All branch locations hosted fundraisers such as bake sales, various raffles and sold icons on Miracle Fridays. A social media contest was held where $1 was donated for each new like or follower, and employees purchased Children’s Miracle Network shirts and were able to wear them during the month.

At Robins Financial, we believe it’s important to maintain a positive image in the community and give back whenever possible.  Supporting the Children’s Miracle Network helps inspire kids and give them the strength and support to overcome whatever they may be facing.

Macon-Bibb, Warner Robins ‘Meet in the Middle’ for Great American Cleanup

You start walking your way, I start walking mine. We’ll meet in the middle, ‘neath that old Georgia Pine. We’ll both gain a lot, if we each give a little. Ain’t no road too long, if we meet in the middle!”

Mayor Robert Reichert used the words from that song to kick off the first ‘Meet in the Middle’ cleanup for the Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful and Keep Warner Robins Beautiful Commissions. In April, the two organizations, the Mayors from each, and more than 100 volunteers came to the county line on Highway 247 to pick up trash and talk about keeping our communities clean…together!

You can see more from the event in this MaconBibbTV feature.

Hundreds attend kickoff of “Live Well in Maconga” wellness initiative

On Wednesday, June 8, the Macon-Bibb County Human Resources Department held its first “Live Well in Maconga” Wellness Fair for its employees, and more than 450 employees attended were able to learn about the new wellness program and ways in which their entire families can live healthier lives.

Throughout the day, they visited 25 different health and wellness vendors; get free biometric screenings (blood pressure, height, weight, and body mass); participate in seminars on surviving the heat, how to prevent chronic disease, the Zika Virus, budgeting, and more; sample healthy food and learn how to cook them; and see fitness demonstrations.

To find out which people and departments won that day’s prizes,
and to see pictures from the exciting day, click here.

Student leaders learn about airport’s economic impact

For most people, the first thing that comes to mind when they think of an airport…is flying! But the operations at the Middle Georgia Regional Airport (MCN) go much further than that. In April, students in Macon-Bibb’s GCAPS (Georgia Civic Awareness Program for Students) leadership cohort visited the Airport to learn about its history and economic impact on the entire region.

Companies such as Boeing, Bombardier, Haeco, and Yulista have all set up shop at MCN to provide maintenance, repair, and overhaul for everything from small private planes to commercial liners to military aircraft. It’s those services that keep the airport running, and supporting our local economy.

Click here to watch a MaconBibbTV feature on the students’ visit
to MCN to learn about the economic impact.