Robins Financial Credit Union awards annual scholarship

WARNER ROBINS, GA (May 12, 2021) — Robins Financial Credit Union is committed to investing in the future of their younger members and recently announced their 2021 scholarship winners.

“Each year, Robins Financial is dedicated to empowering the future of our younger members and recently awarded a $2,000 scholarship to 20 high school seniors,” said Hillary Bobbitt, Marketing Programs Coordinator with Robins Financial Credit Union. “We believe that the education of our community’s youth is a solid investment in our community’s future. This is the 24th year that we have presented this scholarship to graduating seniors and we have given over $570,000 in college scholarships to date.”

The recipients of the 2021 Scholarship are:

  • Afton Ruffin, Northside High School
  • Alexis Wiggins, Emanuel County Institute
  • Brooke Corlee, Westfield School
  • Brooke Sanders, Georgia Cyber Academy
  • Camille Thomas, Clarke Central High School
  • Claudia Kemp, West Laurens High School
  • Elizabeth Hobbs, Veterans High School
  • Emma Brown, Mount de Sales Academy
  • Emma Ringe, Houston County High School
  • Farinaz Zahiri, Warner Robins High School
  • Glenn Bolden, Dublin High School
  • Hannah Williams, Telfair County High School
  • Hunter Grout, North Oconee High School
  • James Gibbs, Mary Persons High School
  • Jordan Lowe, Westside High School
  • Joshua Slaton, Peach County High School
  • Maximus Genio, Perry High School
  • Shykemmia Chambers, Bleckley County High School
  • Tatyana Gordan, Central High School
  • Thomas Burkhalter, Academy for Classical Education

Glenn Bolden, Dublin High School

Afton Ruffin, Northside High School

About Robins Financial Credit Union

Robins Financial Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with twenty-three branches in the state of Georgia. Robins Financial currently provides financial services to over 270,003 members, with assets exceeding $4.3 billion.


Chelsea Brown
Communications Coordinator
478-923-3773 x2870



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