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As part of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, Robins hosted a wheelchair basketball clinic and games Oct. 20. The Fort Benning Warrior Transition Battalion demonstrated how to play wheelchair basketball and also provided tips and techniques to those participating. Numerous games were played to ensure everyone had a chance to participate and learn the game of wheelchair basketball. The Henry County Parks and Recreation provided the wheelchairs for participants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ray Crayton) Warrior Transition Battalion shoots hoops with Team Robins
For the second time, Robins hosted a Wheelchair Basketball Clinic as part of its annual Disability Awareness Month.Harlon Matthews, part of the Henry County Park and Recreation Department’s wheelchair sports, brought several wheelchairs for Team Robins members to try.The Warrior Transition Battalion from Fort Benning, Georgia, fielded a team to not
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Default Air Force Logo Robins embraces heritage, diversity with celebrations
Robins is always looking for ways to celebrate and embrace diversity, and this month two special observances will allow the base community to do just that.  Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off Thursday and runs through Oct. 15. Hispanic artifacts will be on display outside the Base Exchange Thursday to kick off the cultural observance. The Hispanic
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