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Robins Financial Credit Union Will Open New Branch in Dublin

Dublin, GA – On Thursday, October 13th, Robins Financial Credit Union held a groundbreaking for their newest branch location located in Dublin, Georgia. The branch will be located on Hillcrest Parkway. This will be a full service location offering a 24-hour ATM, drive thru, deposit and loan services, mortgage services, and business services. This branch will be the 20th location for Robins Financial Credit Union.

“Our goal is to be able to better serve new and current members. We are excited to have a location in Dublin and look forward to continuing to help the residents of Laurens County and surrounding areas meet their financial needs,” said John Rhea, President/CEO for Robins Financial Credit Union

The branch is scheduled to open in the Spring of 2017. 

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B is For...: The ABCs of Organizing

B is For...: The ABCs of Organizing

Getting organized can be as easy as ABC!

Enjoy our ABCs of Organizing series as we share ways to become more organized throughout your home and your life.

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Tools To Organize Your Printed Photos

Tools To Organize Your Printed Photos

Are you ready to organize your printed photos but aren’t sure exactly what tools and supplies would be handy? Let me the guesswork out of that question for you. These are tools and supplies that I use in my personal photo organizing as well as with my client’s photos.

Print Photo Organizing & Sorting Tools

Having the proper tools can make the process of organizing your printed photos go more quickly and make it easier too. These supplies will help you with the basic of organizing your printed photos.

A Is For... : The ABCs of Organizing

A Is For... : The ABCs of Organizing

Getting organized can be as easy as ABC!

Enjoy our ABCs of Organizing series as we share ways to become more organized throughout your home and your life.

In organizing A is for…

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How To Organize Your Cords and Cables

How To Organize Your Cords and Cables

In today’s digital age, we have so many cords. We have headphones, charging cords and connector cables.  It is so easy for them to become a big, jumbled mess. What can you do to keep the chaos to a minimum?

Label the Cables

So many of our cables look alike but are used for only one type of device. By labeling your cords you can make that tangle of wires a little less confusing. I like to use my label maker to make the tags but you could do it with masking tape or even duct tape.

Robins Financial Credit Union Sponsors RoboBibb

Macon, GA — Robins Financial Credit Union is proud to sponsor Team 4941 RoboBibb by contributing $1,000 to FIRST Robotics. They are comprised of school students from all Bibb County high schools and they come together to learn, build and compete. These students gain hands on experience in STEM fields.

Each year the students design, build and test their robot within a six-week time period. The robot created this year had challenge requirements to include traversing over rough ground and rocky terrain, opening gates and passing through the opened gates, picking up a soccer sized foam ball and shooting the ball into a goal, and traveling under a lowered goal. Team 4941 developed a robot with a drive train that combined six oversized wheels, a device that is a combination ball grabber and shooter, as well as an onboard camera for navigation.

How To Make A 72 Hour Emergency Kit

How To Make A 72 Hour Emergency Kit

September is National Emergency Preparedness month.  One of the items that the emergency preparedness experts suggest you have is a 72 Hour Kit. FEMA recommends that each household puts together a disaster supply kit that “is simply a collection of basic items your household may need in the event of an emergency.”

A 72 Hour Kit is enough food, water and supplies to last your family for 3 days in the case of an emergency.  We aren’t talking about being a “prepper” but having just enough of the basic essentials to get you through until the electricity comes back on or someone can reach your home to evacuate you.