CFC runs through Nov. 20 Published Nov. 3, 2015 By Jenny Gordon Robins Public Affairs ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- The Robins 2015 Combined Federal Campaign's active three-week campaign period runs through Nov. 20. This year's goal is $1 million, with the theme "You can change a life." "Each one of us has an opportunity to support and change lives in our communities by contributing to the annual Combined Federal Campaign," said Bobby Munda, Robins CFC chair. The campaign's total solicitation period, which began with online electronic pledging through the MyPay web site on Sept. 1, ends Dec. 15. The campaign will operate an office in Bldg. 255, Room 2C until Nov. 20. Military retirees or those not directly associated with one of the unit's super monitors, but who would like to contribute, can stop by the office between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. The office number is 478-327-8670. CFC Unit Super Monitors First Lt. Desiree Patterson, 116th Air Control Wing; Master Sgt. Trenekia Johnson, 448th Supply Chain Management Wing; Master Sgt. Morris Craven, 461st Air Control Wing; Staff Sgt. Dezare Holden, 5th Combat Communications Group; 2nd Lt. Dominique Lewis, 78th Air Base Wing; Dawn Dixon, Air Force Audit Agency; 1st Lt. Andrew Bettinger, JoAnn Boyd, 2nd Lt. Kyle Campbell, Patricia Carter, Capt. Clayton Grace, 1st Lt. Evan Glowiak, Master Sgt. John Herrin, Master Sgt. Brad Houchins, Margaret MacMackin, 1st Lt. John McKinney, Santina Printup, Robert Rutherford, 2nd Lt. Ian Verzoni, 2nd Lt. Tyler Wallis, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center; 2nd Lt. Trevor Pass, Air Force Sustainment Center - Engineering; Heidi Avant, Financial Management; 1st Lt. James Africano, Contracting; Gina Fudge, Defense Logistics Agency; Senior Master Sgt. Sack Sounakhene, Air Force Reserve Command; and Cayatana Palumbo, Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex.