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Father Thomas Fey, Robins Chapel Catholic priest, points out some of the facility’s improvements.(U.S. Air Force photo by Ed Aspera) A NEW LOOK: Chapel gets a makeover
Walk into the Robins Chapel today and you will immediately sense and see something noticeably different. Extensive renovations that took place during much of 2014 have been completed. Look down and visitors to the chapel are welcomed by the warm, blue tones of new carpet. Look around in the main sanctuary, and there's new energy-efficient lighting,
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2015
Monique Brisson checks the condition of her car’s air filter at the base Auto Hobby Shop.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton) Auto Craft Club provides mechanics of car care
Guys aren't the only ones into cars.Just ask Monique Brisson, a 581st Software Maintenance Squadron electronics engineer, who recently became the secretary of the Robins Auto Craft Club.Brisson has always been interested in working on cars, though her experience is limited."I settled on looking to get a 1947-1953 Chevy 3100," she said. "I felt that
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2015
Students practice flossing with Timmy the Tooth played by Senior Airman Philip Madison, February 10, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton) National Children’s Dental Health Month
The 78th Dental Squadron observed National Children's Dental Health Month Tuesday with a visit to the Robins Child Development Center.  Representatives from the squadron were on hand to educate children on proper oral hygiene and nutritional habits."Oral health techniques must be taught at an early age so that good hygiene and healthy nutrition
0 2/13
2015
Default Air Force Logo Robins encourages smokeless tobacco users to quit habit
Sometimes being a quitter is a good thing.The Great American Spit Out is Thursday, and it's a great opportunity for smokeless tobacco users to kick their tobacco addiction for 24 hours. They're also encouraged to quit the habit for good. Smokeless tobacco is bad for your health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 75
0 2/13
2015
Default Air Force Logo Tuskegee Airmen
This is the first in a recurring series featuring exhibits, aviation and other interesting items at the Museum of Aviation. The displays can be seen during a lunch break or after work and showcase the history of aviation. The Museum of Aviation tries to capture the Air Force legacy by incorporating each  airplane's story into the display.To
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2015
Karen Hamilton, Robins Arts & Crafts Center framer, assembles a custom frame. She fills the wood at the corner joints to make frames join perfectly together.(U.S. Air Force photo by Misuzu Allen) Arts & Craft
When an occasion calls for something special, Robins Air Force Base's Arts & Crafts Center has a variety of creative ways people can express themselves.For more than 30 years, the Arts & Crafts Center, located in Bldg. 984 on Tenth Street, has helped the base community mark occasions and capture memories through its custom framing and shadow boxes,
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2015
Default Air Force Logo Go Red today – It’s all about a woman’s heart
Some people wear red in February to mark the month of romance.However, wearing red on the first Friday in February takes on a more significant meaning, as it's a way to support the Go Red for Women campaign - a national effort to show support for women's heart health.As part of February's National Healthy Heart Observance, the U.S. Department of
0 2/06
2015
Default Air Force Logo Commentary -- Remember not to make the same mistakes
A friend once asked me why we celebrate Black History Month.Living in a world now where we live at a lightning pace - where we don't often stop to appreciate the past or learn from it - it's interesting that the question is still relevant.For some of us we act as if the past isn't really that big of a deal. We've come a long way we say.That was
0 2/06
2015
Second grade student, Kade Daniels reads as Shelby Imel and Lindsey Autry listen and interact with Buddy. Buddy is a certified therapy dog who visits schools, hospitals and nursing homes. U. S. Air Force photo by Sue Sapp     PAWS FOR READING: Therapy dogs lend an ear to Robins Elementary students
For many students reading out loud in class to their peers can be an overwhelming experience, where students dread making a mistake in front of their classmates. This is why Beverly Kile, the reading teacher at Robins Elementary, jumped at the opportunity to bring therapy dogs into the classroom to help her students practice their oral reading
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