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Fall Fling Day 30: Sewing & Craft Supplies

Fall Fling Day 30: Sewing & Craft Supplies

Welcome to the Fall Fling. Join us every day in October to start flinging the clutter from your life!

Fall Fling Day 30:  Sewing & Craft Supplies

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Fall Fling Day 29: Cords & Cables

Fall Fling Day 29: Cords & Cables

Welcome to the Fall Fling. Join us every day in October to start flinging the clutter from your life!

Fall Fling Day 29:  Cords & Cables

Fall Fling Day 28: Junk Drawer

Fall Fling Day 28: Junk Drawer

Welcome to the Fall Fling. Join us every day in October to start flinging the clutter from your life!

Fall Fling Day 28:  Junk Drawer

Cook-Out restaurant chain opening in Macon, Warner Robins


Cook-Out Restaurant chain is planning to open a Macon and Warner Robins locations soon.

Joe Waterson, a member of the company's management staff, said Tuesday the locations are slated to open at the beginning of the year, possibly January or February.

Waterson, who opened a Cook-Out Restaurant in Milledgeville earlier this year, didn't have specifics on the location of the planned Warner Robins eatery, but said the Macon one would be in the Mercer University Drive area.

The North Carolina-based chain operates more than 150 restaurants in eight states, including South Carolina, Tennessee, Maryland and Kentucky. There are several locations in the Atlanta area and they have restaurants in Statesboro and Athens.

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Family meets Red Cross rescuer


Jenna Vega and Chris Kirby met on Monday morning for the second time.

The first time they met, Kirby had saved Vega from a fire at their apartment complex.

"I mean, it was a God-led situation. I mean, there was no way that ordinarily that would have happened," said Kirby.

Last Monday night, Vega had just taken a shower and given her two sons a bath.

Her husband, Michael, a senior airman, and was on leave in Korea.

When she went into the living room, she saw smoke.

Her apartment building had caught on fire.

"That's when I heard Mr. Kirby outside the door," she explained, " I went and I opened the door and I just saw, pretty much, the whole side of the wall was up in flames."

Kirby, a Red Cross volunteer, had just left work, and was heading to his apartment building that was next door to Vega's.

Fall Fling Day 27: Spices

Fall Fling Day 27: Spices

Welcome to the Fall Fling. Join us every day in October to start flinging the clutter from your life!

Fall Fling Day 27:  Spices

Look through your spices and get rid of any bottles that are expired or you bought for a special recipe and will never use again.  Bonus points if you fling your condiments too!

Robins Federal Credit Union Employees Raise Over $24,000 to

Warner Robins, GA — Each year Robins Federal Credit Union employees are offered the option to participate in a program they call Deduct-A-Buck. Employees commit to donate a minimum of $3.00 per pay period to CUPAC in exchange they get to wear jeans on Fridays and Saturdays. During this year’s campaign Robins Federal staff pledged over $24,156 to CUPAC.

The Deduct-A-Buck program at Robins Federal is completely voluntary. Employees are educated on the importance of supporting Credit Union Political Action and are encouraged to participate. The campaign runs for 2 weeks giving employees the opportunity to sign up or make changes to their current contribution. At the conclusion of the campaign the branches and departments that have 100% participation are entered in to a drawing for free lunch.

In the past 5 years the Robins Federal staff has contributed over $100,000 through the Deduct-A-Buck program.