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Chamber Welcomes Hurst Wealth Management

Chamber Welcomes Hurst Wealth Management

WARNER ROBINS, GA – The Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Hurst Wealth Management, LLC.

Located at 114 Constitution Drive, Suite 500, Hurst Wealth Management is a comprehensive wealth management firm offering investments through LPL Financial.

Founded by Certified Financial Planner™ Joy Hurst, the firm’s primary clients are affluent or high net worth individuals seeking wealth accumulation, wealth preservation or wealth transfer strategies. As a highly respected CFP® for 20 years, she and her firm are very experienced with TSP Rollovers, Civil Service and Military Retirement Plans and Benefits. Hurst Wealth Management also specializes in helping business owners with retirement plans, and helping clients achieve secure retirements. The team enjoys inducting their clients into the “Check-A-Month” Club for Retirement Income.

Man Explains Complaint Over Graduation Prayer

The man who filed the original complaint about prayer and gospel music at a Houston County graduation says he didn't expect the issue to cause so much controversy in the community.

Wes Bryant says he does plan to pursue the issue, if he does not get a response from the Houston County Board of Education in the next few weeks. He says he is considering sending his complaint to the Georgia Department of Education.

Wes Bryant, who is an active-duty member of the military stationed in Pittsboro, North Carolina, says he made a complaint to Houston County Superintendent Robins Hines, after attending his niece's graduation.

Group Claims 'Systematic Problem' of Prayer in Houston Schools

In a second letter  to Houston County Superintendent Robin Hines, attorney for the Freedom From Religion Foundation cited more complaints about Houston County graduation ceremonies.

The letter written by foundation attorney Andrew Seidel says, "Several concerned residents and students have now informed us of constitutional violations that occurred at the Perry High School graduation ceremony."

Clerk Critically Injured in Warner Robins Store Fight

A Warner Robins store clerk is in critical condition after a fight at his business Monday night.

And police are looking for the man who injured him.

A police news release says it happened just after 9 p.m. at Pop's Food Mart, 514 North Davis Drive.

Spokeswoman Tabitha Pugh said someone saw a man fighting with the clerk, 66-year-old Dahyalal Amin.

The clerk suffered head injuries and was taken to the Medical Center of Central Georgia. Pugh could not say how he was injured or whether the attacker had a weapon.

Police have no description of the other man and say they're not sure if it was a robbery.

Anyone with information on the case can call Warner Robns police at (478) 929-6911.

Shaheen Balances Budget, Cutting and Adding Expenses

Warner Robins Mayor Chuck Shaheen presented a revised draft of his 2013 budget to council Monday night. 

Running Camp Sets the Pace in Warner Robins

For the third year in a row, Coach Charlie Santiago is hosting a running camp at the CGSA fields in Warner Robins.

Coach Santiago, who is a current volunteer coach at Houston County High School, with more than fifty years of coaching under his belt, including the likes of Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne and Olympian great Carl Lewis, is looking to improve not only athletes but anyone who wishes to get in shape.

In the past the camp focused mainly on cross country runners and athletes who wished to improve their running form and stay in shape over the summer; however, this year Santiago has broadened his audience to include anyone, regardless of age or athletic ability, who wishes to improve their running and strength or just get fit and stay in shape.

The camp starts June 1st at 9a.m. and costs $25 a week. The camp last all summer and is located on the CGSA fields behind the Health Department in Warner Robins.