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The Chamber Hosted Ribbon Cutting for Stevi B’s Pizza

The Chamber Hosted Ribbon Cutting for Stevi B’s Pizza

The Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a Ribbon Cutting for Stevi B’s Pizza on Thursday, Dec. 9.

Stevi B's is a franchise that is focused on providing a family-fun atmosphere and dedicated to serving the community.

“We will be an involved restaurant by supporting the individuals, organizations and causes that make this community a better place,” said owner, Jarius Bee.  “To assist our local community, Stevi B's has created programs and incentives to help raise funds, increase volunteer participation and recognize the hard work of volunteers.”

Mayor Chuck Shaheen was present and shared his appreciation at the event, along with Warner Robins City Council members Bob Wilbanks and John Williams.  Also present was Jason Ashford (recently elected), the late Donald Walker’s widow, Mrs. Patricia Walker, and an array of many other community and business leaders.

Museum Race to be "Shadowed" in Afghanistan

Museum Race to be "Shadowed" in Afghanistan

Military members stationed in Afghanistan will run Museum of Aviation Foundation “shadow” marathon and half marathon races January 15 along with those running the annual races at the Museum in Warner Robins.  A total of 272 runners will run their races at Kandahar, Afghanistan as part of the 2011 Museum of Aviation Foundation Marathon, Half Marathon and 5K Run/Walk on Robins Air Force Base, Ga. 

According to a Museum of Aviation news release, “The idea was proposed by Navy Command Master Chief Donald “Lee” True who ran the marathon at Robins Air Force this year and is currently deployed to Afghanistan,” said Pat Bartness, President and Chief Operating Officer of the Museum of Aviation Foundation.  “We’re sending shirts and trophies to him and our shirt design this year reflects both locations.”

Huntington Middle School Chorus to Perform at McDonald's

Huntington Middle School Chorus will sing at McDonald's on Thursday, Dec. 16.

From 5-8 p.m., a portion of McDonald's sales will benefit the chorus program. The money will be used to help defray the cost of trips and paying for music, Choral Director Quinyonia Kearse says.

McDonald's is located at 123 Russell Parkway.

Lake Joy Primary School Jump Rope Team Hosts Pajama Drive

Lake Joy Primary School's Lil’ Leapin’ Lions jump rope team is having a blanket and pajama drive to benefit the children at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

The school is collecting new pajamas, blankets, knit caps and slipper socks through Wednesday, Dec. 15. Send in any of the items listed above for the patients at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. 

For more information, contact Amy.Shepherd@hcbe.net

Warner Robins High School to Perform at Sugar Bowl

The Warner Robins High School Demon  (WRHS) Marching Band will travel to New Orleans in January to participate in the mass band half-time performance at the Sugar Bowl.

The annual Warner Robins High School Christmas Concert will be held tonight, Dec. 13 at the Warner Robins Civic Center. 

Admission is free but audience members are asked to bring at least two canned food items which will be donated to a local food bank to help people in the community.  Show time is 7:00 p.m.

Warner Robins High is located at 401 South Davis Drive in Warner Robins.  Steve Monday serves as principal.  For more information, contact Howell at 478-929-7889, ext. 2, or todd.howell@hcbe.net.

National Evangelist to Speak at The Rain Church

National Evangelist Dr. Elizabeth Sikes will speak at The Rain Church on Sunday, January 16 at 10:30 a.m. and again from January 17-19 at 7 p.m. nightly.

According to The Rain Church release, Sikes is an ordained minister and minister's wife, mother, registered nurse and educator.

The Rain Church is located at 257 Gunn Rd. in Warner Robins.

For more information, call 478-953-7246.

Centerville to Host Library Dedication

Centerville Library will host its dedication on Thursday, Dec. 16 at 10 a.m.

Librarian Nancy Granger says Governor Perdue will be at the dedication.

While the library will not open until January, the dedication will take place while Perdue and Houston County Chairman Ned Sanders are still in office since they helped with the project.

The forthcoming Centerville Library is located on Gunn Road in Centerville.

For more information, call 478-922-5100.