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Robins Financial Credit Union Collects Care Packages for Troops Overseas

Warner Robins, GA – Robins Financial Credit Union recently contributed care packages to send off to troops who are currently serving overseas. Employees were able to provide items to be boxed and sent to the troops just in time for the holidays.

As a part of this annual collection, Robins Financial Credit Union was able to provide a variety of items from snacks and grooming items to magazines, batteries, and other beneficial items. Robins Financial also partnered with a local elementary school to provide hand written notes from students. These packages will be sent to troops deployed from Robins Air Force Base.

Robins Financial Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with twenty-two branches in central Georgia. Robins Financial currently provides financial services to over 239,000 members, with assets exceeding $3.7 billion.

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Illusionist David Corn will present Macon Magic at Mikado Baptist Church the week of July 10th - 14th at 6:45pm.

Community celebrates upgraded Frank Johnson Rec. Center

Everyone in the Unionville neighborhood knows the name Frank Johnson. The community leader  lovingly nicknamed "the Mayor of Unionville" passed away in November at age 89. Now, his legacy lives on through the work he put in while he was here.

The Frank Johnson Recreation Center (2227 Mercer University Drive) just went through $939,000 in voter-approved SPLOST-funded upgrades. At the ribbon cutting to unveil the new additions, Mr. Johnson's widow, Dorothy, and daughter, Cheryl, told stories and shared memories of the beloved patriarch. You can watch their remarks on MaconBibbTV's website. 

Central City Park's new Skate Park dubbed 'the coolest place in Macon'

Whether you're a skater or not, you've got to admit our new skate park is pretty cool. Commissioner Larry Schlesinger says he doesn't plan on doing an kickflips off the rails anytime soon, but he did declare this park to be "the coolest place in Macon."

On Friday, March 17, our leaders, community partners, the Parks & Recreation Department and a big group of skating enthusiasts came to celebrate our new Skate Park. The park is part of a $3.7 million upgrade to Central City. Those upgrades also included new sidewalks, pavilions, multi-purpose fields, and infrastructure upgrades.

Paws in the Park pairs rescue groups, Animal Welfare for dog show

Tobesofkee will be the site of the popular 'Paws in the Park' event this year! The dog show will feature playful pups competing for a prize. Awards will be given out in several categories including best dressed, best looking, owner/dog lookalike and more! It's happening from noon to 4 p.m. at Sandy Beach Park on Saturday, March 25. People will also have the chance to visit with, and even adopt a new furry friend. Click here for more information on Paws in the Park!

New name, new look at Theron Ussery Park

On Friday, March 10, the community gathered at the recreation facility formerly known as North Macon Park to officially unveil SPLOST upgrades, and announce the renaming of the park. It's now 'Theron Ussery Park' in honor of the former Macon city councilman, and current member of the SPLOST Advisory Committee. Upgrades at the park include new bleachers, fencing, dugouts, and covers. After the ribbon cutting, Mr.

Macon-Bibb proclaims March 2017 Women's History Month

Our community is full of bright and ambitious women working in many roles to help Macon-Bibb shine. At the commission meeting on March 7, the Macon-Bibb Commission honored them and officially recognized March 2017 as Women's History Month.