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Investor Development & Benefits Manager
Do you know someone who could make a positive impact on the community and the Chamber – serving as “the voice of business in the Robins Region?” The Robins Regional Chamber is seeking a highly-motivated, self-starter with strategic sales and leadership ability to oversee the continued growth of the Chamber’s membership and to lead our Investor Development & Benefits Management.
This position is the perfect blend of sales and service, focusing heavily on strong relationship building and membership recruitment and retention efforts. The ideal candidate is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, goal oriented organized, friendly, and able to manage numerous activities simultaneously. Experience in sales/business development required. As a community-facing representative of the Chamber, it is critical that the position project a positive image of our organization and the Robins Region. This is a salaried position with quarterly performance bonuses.
MOBILE MONDAYSChick-fil-A of Warner Robins (Watson & 96 locations) will be offering Mobile Monday every Monday in October. Check out these freebies!
With every mobile order placed on a Monday in October you can receive:
- Oct 29 – Chicken Biscuit
Just download the CFA One App. Sign up as a member. Place mobile order. Receive a FREE reward!
HERE’S WHAT’S HAPPENING
TRUNK OR TREAT AT WARNER ROBINS NAZARENE | OCTOBER 24
Join Warner Robins Nazarene for their FREE event, “Trunk or Treat”! Going to be a blast! Lots of trunks, inflatables, candy, and dinner! Dress up if you want! Watch out…because you’ll have a super fun time! They will be collecting cans for their food pantry! Bring a can or 2 with you! It’s a family fun event!LEARN MORE
PARKWOOD ELEMENTARY NEEDS YOU! | OCTOBER 25
The Parkwood Elementary School needs volunteers to read to the youth for their 2018 Read for the Record campaign on Thursday, October 25th. Please register to volunteer by Friday, October 19th. For more information, please visit the school’s campaign page below.LEARN MORE
CENTRAL BAPTIST’S HARVEST FESTIVAL | OCTOBER 25
Central Baptist’s Harvest Festival will be held noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 at 1120 Lake Joy Road, Warner Robins. There will be carnival games with candy and prizes, hayrides, big blow up slides and games for children. Hotdogs, popcorn, peanuts, funnel cakes and drinks also will be available. The cost is $2 per person for everything, including food and games.LEARN MORE
GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE – WR FALL FESTIVAL | OCTOBER 27
Pumpkin carving/decorating, Costume contest, Trunk or Treating, Bouncy Houses, Live Music, Vendors, Free Admission
GMC-Warner Robins campus: 801 Duke Ave., Warner Robins, GA 31093
CEMETERY CRAWL | OCTOBER 27
Back by popular demand! Join us for the Warner Robins Heritage Society’s second Cemetery Crawl.
Start anytime between 12:30-2:00 at our booth in the parking lot of Print Works Plus on Watson (look for the hearse!), where we’ll provide our tour plan/info booklet. Then you’re off on a self-driven tour of 7 lesser known cemeteries! Our docents will be at each cemetery to tell you about it.
All seven cemeteries are different from the seven we did last year – who knew there were that many cemeteries in Warner Robins? (And there are still more…)
Tickets are $10 per vehicle at our booth or $7.50 (plus ticket fee) in advance with EventBrite. Each ticket includes 1 booklet, with additional booklets available for other passengers at $2 each.
PLEASE NOTE: No tickets/booklets will be given after 2:30, but the docents will remain to guide you at the cemeteries until 5:00.LEARN MORE
MGA DAY OF SERVICE | NOVEMBER 30
Middle Georgia State University is hosting their first MGA Day of Service on Friday November 30. They are seeking community partners with meaningful projects in our five communities (Cochran, Dublin, Eastman, Macon and Warner Robins) for us to serve and make a difference. MGA is looking for projects that are indoors; outdoors; hands-on; interactive with children, seniors, and animals; environmental; etc. where we can make an impact on our communities.Community Partner Project Applications
We are taking applications for service projects for the MGA Day of Service to be held Nov. 30. Applications are open to Nov.2.More Information
NOMINATE A VOLUNTEER FOR THE JEFFERSON AWARDEach month, WGXA News honors one outstanding volunteer with a Jefferson Award on ABC16. In 2019, one of the monthly winners will be nominated to represent Middle Georgia in Washington, D.C. for the National Awards in June.
Many outstanding community members are deserving of this recognition for their efforts and we are proud to bring this chance for national recognition to our community.
Nomination is easy!
To nominate someone for recognition, simply fill out this form
About the Jefferson Awards Foundation
The Jefferson Awards Foundation (JAF) powers others to have maximum impact on the things they care about most. Through celebration, they inspire action. With programs and partnerships, they drive Americans to change their communities and the world.
“Recognizing individuals who are making a positive difference in their communities – and encouraging people to follow their lead – has never been more important,” said Hillary Schafer, Jefferson Awards Foundation CEO. “The Jefferson Awards Foundation is proud to continue its long tradition of honoring those who have dedicated their lives to serving others.”
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