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Robins Financial Credit Union awards annual scholarship

WARNER ROBINS, GA (June 3, 2019) — Robins Financial Credit Union is committed to investing in the future of our younger members and recently awarded a $2,000 scholarship to 14 high school seniors. This is the 23rd year that Robins Financial has presented this scholarship to graduating seniors and has given close to $530,000 in college scholarships to date. The recipients of the 2019 Scholarship are:

  • Isabel Alcantar, Peach County High School
  • Leo Aromatorio, Perry High School
  • Zamina Donaldson, Academy for Classical Education
  • Madison Hobby, Veterans High School
  • Brittney Kelly, Warner Robins High School
  • Griffin Marchman, Covenant Academy
  • Natavia McGee, Swainsboro High School
  • Hailey Mullis, East Laurens High School
  • Audrey Parrott, Mary Persons High School
  • Frances Redwine, Oconee County High School
  • Cameron Rockmore, Jones County High School
  • Amber Rogers, Central High School
  • Alyssa Sharpton, Telfair County High School
  • De’Juana Simmons, Baldwin High School

Joey Goodman with Robins Financial Credit Union presents an award to 2019 scholarship recipient Natavia McGee


About Robins Financial Credit Union

Christina O’Brien is the President and CEO of Robins Financial Credit Union, where she has proudly worked to support and grow membership for nearly 30 years. In addition to serving the members of Robins Financial, Christina currently volunteers her expertise and leadership at various community and industry organizations such as the Middle Georgia State University Foundation Board, 21st Century Partnership Board, New Town Macon Board and the Members ATM Alliance Board. She has also previously served as a Board Member for Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce, Robins Regional Education Foundation, United Way of Central Georgia Campaign Cabinet, and Central Georgia Chapter of the American Red Cross.

Contacts

Contacts:

Hillary Bobbitt

Marketing Programs Coordinator

hbobbitt@robinsfcu.org

478-923-3773 x2866

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