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Spring Fling Day 24: Cords and Cables

Spring Fling Day 24: Cords and Cables

Welcome to the Spring Fling. Join us every day in April to start flinging the clutter from your life!_______________________________________

 

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Devasko Lewis sentenced to life without parole


A judge sentenced Devasko Lewis Thursday morning to life without parole plus 10 years consecutive.

This is according to Don Bibler of the Houston County District attorney's office.

Last year, Lewis was charged with murder, felony murder, aggravated battery and two counts of conspiracy to commit murder for hiring a hit man to kill his former co- worker Corey Daniels.

However the hit man killed the wrong man and ended up killing Daniels' nephew, Kerry Glenn.

Spring Fling Day 23: Empty Boxes

Spring Fling Day 23: Empty Boxes

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

Spring Fling Day 23:  Empty Boxes - It might be tempting to keep all those Amazon boxes and shoe boxes but today I want you to fling those empty boxes. Not only are empty boxes a pain to store, they can also attract bugs and other critters. Don’t forget to toss gift boxes that are not longer gift-worthy. So recycle all but a choice few and enjoy the empty space left by the empty boxes.

Spring Fling Day 22: Regrets

Spring Fling Day 22: Regrets

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

Spring Fling Day 22: Regrets - Today I want you to take a page from Elsa of ‘Frozen’ and let it go! Let go of regrets for tasks you haven’t completed. Let go of regrets for not accomplishing something you’ve wanted to do. Let go of regrets that lead to negative self talk (like ‘I’m not worth it’ or ‘I’m so stupid, Why did I do that?’).  I give you permission to let those thoughts go and concentrate on what’s great in your life and all the possibilities of the future. Don’t live in the past.

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Spring Fling Day 21: Tote Bags

Spring Fling Day 21: Tote Bags

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

Spring Fling Day 21:  Tote Bags - Let’s face it, you don’t need to keep all of those tote bags. Keep a reasonable number of cute bags but ditch the freebies and the ones that have become dirty from use. This includes those reusable shopping bags. Eventually they become full of bacteria from all the groceries. Yuck!  Extra credit if you fling your unwanted purses as well.

Robins Federal Credit Union Continues to Fight Child Abuse

Warner Robins, GA — Robins Federal Credit Union recently renewed its support of Rainbow House Children’s Resource Center by sponsoring Child Abuse Prevention Month events.

Rainbow House hosts a variety of events during the month of April, National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Events are held to increase community awareness of child abuse and provide prevention education. Robins Federal Credit Union also displayed more than 150 pinwheels at its Watson Boulevard branch.

Robins Federal Credit Union has supported Rainbow House and its fight against child abuse for more than a decade.

Robins Federal Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with nineteen branches in central Georgia. Robins Federal currently provides financial services to over 160,000 members, with assets exceeding $2.0 billion. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in the 16 counties Robins Federal serves.

Warner Robins group petitions for chickens


Members of a Warner Robins organization in support of urban chicken keeping presented City Council members with a petition to allow hens in their own backyard.

For the past few meetings, people have stood up in their yellow shirts and urged the councilmen to support an ordinance that will make owning chickens at home legal.

Members of the organization CLUCK, or "Citizens Lobbying for Urban Chicken Keeping," showed 400 signatures to the councilmen.

Right now, CLUCK's proposal to the city would allow four to eight hens, but no roosters, and they have to be fenced in.

They also would need to be 100 feet away from any neighbors.