The Assistant Manager will work under the guidance of Referee Manager Mike Harris to provide support and coordination of the referee contingent at the event. A full position description is attached below. Related Filesreferee_assistant_manger_postition-pdf
- Robins AFB: In-Depth Welcome Center (2021 Edition)
Robins AFB Legal Office215 Page Road Suite 186 Building 215Robins AFB, GA 31098Phone: 1 (478) 926-9276Robins AFB Legal Office Hours (By appointment only)Tuesday: 1300 to 1500Thursday: 0900 to 1100Robins AFB Library620 Ninth St. Building #905Robins AFB, GA, 31098Phone: 1 (719) 556-7462Robins AFB Library HoursMonday: 0900 to 1700Tuesday: 0900 to 1900Wednesday: 0900 to 1900Thursday: 0900 to 1900Friday: 0900 to 1600Saturday and Sunday: Closed IntroductionWelcome to Robins Air Force Base, located in the community of Warner Robins, Georgia. The base hosts a population of about 1,500 on its 6,935 acres. It’s the largest single industrial site in the entire state of Georgia.Warner Robins is a growing city supported by Robins AFB and the families that the base brings to the area, making the city a true military town. You will find a close-knit community here in Warner Robins. The area has a wide range of outdoor activities and still isn’t too far off from Atlanta that could provide a destination for a weekend trip.We hope this guide helps you get settled in your new base and helps take some of the stress from moving away. Find out all you need to know about what you’ll be in for by reading our Robins AFB in-depth welcome center guide.Where Is Robins AFB?Google Map ViewGetting There – Directions to the BaseEntering Robins AFB and Base AmenitiesCheck-in Procedures for Incoming PersonnelRobins AFB Visitor CenterRobins AFB DEERS OfficeRobins AFB Gate HoursRobins AFB CommissaryRobins AFB ExchangeRobins AFB Barber ShopsRobins AFB Post OfficeRobins AFB Finance OfficeRobins AFB Legal OfficeRobins AFB LibraryRobins AFB Hotels Hotels Near Robins AFB, GAWarner Robins is home to many hotel options, especially near Robins AFB. We’ve selected a few for you to consider if you need a stay at one of the hotels near base.Comfort Inn & Suites95 GA-247 South,Warner Robins, GA 31088Phone: 1 (478) 225-0365SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western102 Rigby Dr,Warner Robins, GA 31088Phone: 1 (478) 918-0046Ramada by Wyndham & Suites Warner Robins2024 Watson Blvd,Warner Robins, GA 31093Phone: 1 (478) 225-4775Courtyard by Marriott Warner Robins589 Carl Vinson Pkwy,Warner Robins, GA 31088Phone: 1 (478) 602-6200Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott221 Margie Dr,Warner Robins, GA 31088Phone: 1 (478) 953-4200Hot Tip: Download MyBaseGuide’s Robins AFB Military Relocation Guide for information about hotels nearby.Where Should I Live Near Robins AFB?If you’re considering living on base, check out the available on-base housing options. Otherwise, read on to find out more about living off base.Cities Near Robins Air Force BaseRobins Air Force Base is located in the very heart of Georgia in the city of Warner Robins. The base’s immediate radius has a few options on where to live and offers everything from classic southern countryside to metropolitan living. You will be in the metro area of Warner Robins, but nearby you will have the city of Macon just 15 miles north of the base.Best Places to Live Near Robins Air Force BaseWarner RobinsThe most obvious choice is sometimes one of the best choices too. Robins AFB is in the Warner Robins metro area, which makes it the most convenient option to set up residence. Warner Robins is in the process of expansion. It was once a part of a greater Warner Robins-Macon metro area but has recently been made its own. There are plans to increase the growth of a central downtown area to promote shopping and entertainment.MaconAbout 15 miles north of Warner Robins is the city of Macon. Another great location to consider, Macon has a historic downtown area and features plentiful outdoor activities. If you want to get away on a nature hike or just head down to one of the local open-air produce markets or orchards, Macon won’t let you down.Hot Tip: Look for Robins AFB homes and apartments for rent or sale, and find BAH, PCS, TLA & ETS military housing information at AHRN.com.Robins AFB SchoolsRobins AFB has multiple options for schooling for families with children of all schooling ages. Although Robins AFB doesn’t have any schools actually on base, there are still plenty of options near base. If you live on base with school-aged kids, they will attend either Linwood Elementary, Huntington Middle, or Warner Robins High School in the Houston County Public School district. Off base, there are 23 elementary schools, 8 middle schools, and 6 high schools in this district.Robins AFB WeatherIn the heart of the south, you are sure to get humidity. The summers are hot, muggy, and humid. They typically last a long time as opposed to the relatively short winters in comparison, which are typically fairly mild and wet. Over the course of a year, the temperature ranges usually stay within 40 degrees to 95 degrees Fahrenheit, rarely going outside of this range.Things to Do Near Robins AFBRobins AFB is in the center of Georgia and has some great outdoor activities for all ages. From parks to lakes to trails for outdoor adventures, you are sure to find something you love. There’s no shortage of history in the area either. The Museum of Aviation is right on base. Nearby in the city of Macon, you can also explore the historic downtown area. Atlanta is also a weekend trip away if you want to escape to a larger metro area for a few days.Suggested Read: 15 Of the Best Things to Do Near Robins AFBHot Tip: Connect with military-trusted businesses and deals exclusively for Robins AFB at MyBaseGuide.ConclusionRelocating can be a stressful experience, but we hope this guide has given you a clearer picture of the area surrounding Robins AFB. We hope that you find your next adventure here around the base, whether in one of the close-knit communities of Warner Robins or exploring the southern heartland. The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement. Robins AFB Commissary923 Macon Street Building #923Robins AFB, GA, 31098Phone: 1(478) 222-7616Robins AFB Commissary HoursSunday: 1000 – 1800Monday: CLOSEDTuesday – Friday: 0900 – 1800Saturday: 1000 – 1800Robins AFB BXRobins Air Force Base ExchangeBldg 982 Macon StRobins AFB, GA 31098Phone: 1 (478) 923-5536Robins AFB Exchange HoursMonday-Saturday: 0900-1900Saturday and Sunday: 1000-1800 Robins AFB Barber Shops982 Macon St.Robins AFB, GA, 31098Phone: 1 (478) 923-5421Robins AFB Main Exchange Barber Shop HoursMonday-Friday: 0900-1700Saturday: 0900-1600Sunday: ClosedRobins Post OfficeRobins Air Force Base Post Office740 Macon St Ste 100Warner Robins, GA 31098-2206Phone: 1 (478) 926-3078Robins AFB Post Office HoursMonday – Friday: 0900 to 1700Saturday and Sunday: ClosedRobins AFB Finance455 Byron Street,Robins AFB, GA 31098Phone: 1 (478) 926-4022Robins AFB Finance Office HoursMonday-Friday: 0830 to 1500Saturday-Sunday: ClosedNOTE: The Finance Office is closed every first Wednesday of the month from 0800 to 1130. Entering Robins AFB and Base AmenitiesAll drivers on base must have a valid military ID, veterans or retiree ID, a valid driver’s license, and a valid driver’s insurance card. For visitor’s passes, head to the Visitor’s Center near Gate 3 and sign in.Check-in Procedures for Incoming PersonnelAny military members entering the base can enter through Gate 3 that is open 24 hours a day. All active-duty military personnel must use the arrival point in the unit Commander Support Staff. Outside of normal duty hours, report to the Robins Lodging Office in building 557.Robins Air Force Base Visitor CenterRobins AFB Welcome and Visitor CenterOak Ave,Warner Robins, GA 31088Phone: 1 (478) 926-4208Hours:Monday – Friday: 0730 – 1530Saturday and Sunday: ClosedFederal Holidays: ClosedRobins AFB DEERS OfficeRobins AFB ID Card & DEERS Office660 Macon Street Building #767Robins AFB, GA, 31098Phone: 1 (478) 327-5666Robins AFB ID Card & DEERS Office HoursMonday-Friday – 0730 – 1530Saturday/Sunday – ClosedFederal Holidays – ClosedRobins AFB Gate HoursRobins AFB has 3 three gates for three points of access. The West gate is considered the Main Gate into Robins AFB.Gate 3, the Watson gate: Open 24/7Gate 1, the Green Street gate: Mon-Fri (except holidays) 0500 to 1800Gate 4, the truck gate: Mon-Fri (except holidays) 0600 to 1800Gate 14, the Russell Parkway gate: Open every day 0500 to 2200Gate 5, the MLK Boulevard gate: Closed TemporarilyGate 15, the Air National Guard gate: Closed Where Should I Live Near Robins AFB?What Schools are Near Robins AFB?What’s the Weather Like in Robins AFB?Things to Do Around Robins AFBCOVID-19 NoticeDue to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, many businesses, venues, and parks may be temporarily closed or operating under restricted hours. Therefore, a place we mention here may not currently be open or available for the time being. Check individual websites, there’s no shortage of accessibility getting around the area.Where Is Robins AFB Located?Robins Air Force Base Welcome & Visitors CenterOak Ave,Warner Robins, GA 31088Hours:Monday-Friday – 0730-1530Saturday/Sunday – ClosedFederal Holidays – ClosedRobins AFB MapDirections to Robins AFBDriving DirectionsFrom Warner RobinsHead East on Watson BlvdContinue across US 129Enter through Robins AFB through Gate 3From AtlantaTake I-75 SouthMerge onto GA-247 S/US-41 S/Pio Nono Ave toward Warner RobinsTurn right onto US-129 S/Houston RdTurn left onto Watson BlvdContinue straight and enter through Robins AFB through Gate 3From Middle Georgia Regional AirportFollow Airport Dr, Industrial Park Dr and Industrial Park Dr Exd to US-129 STurn right onto US-129 STurn left onto Watson BlvdContinue straight and enter through Robins AFB through Gate 3Greyhound Bus StationTake I-75 N toward MaconMerge onto GA-247CONN/Centerville RdContinue straight onto Watson BlvdContinue straight and enter through Robins AFB through Gate 3AmtrakUnfortunately, there are no Amtrak lines that service Warner Robins.Flights To Robins Air Force BaseThe closest airport to Robins AFB is the Middle Georgia Regional Airport. For a larger airport, you will have to look to Atlanta and the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.Robins AFB Transportation OfficeRobins Air Force Base Household Goods/Transportation Office375 Terry Street Building #914Robins AFB, GA, 31098Phone: 1 (478) 222-0119Hours:Monday: 0800 to 1600Tuesday: 0800 to 1430Wednesday – Friday: 0800 to 1600Saturday and Sunday: Closed
- Dan Feeney honored by Alzheimer’s Association, helped raise over $500,000
Vermont Business Magazine Close to 400 Chittenden County business and community leaders gathered on Thursday, April 28th, for the Alzheimer’s Association’s 7th Annual Reason to Hope Dinner at the Hilton Burlington. Over the past five years, Dan Feeney, President of North Star Leasing and Co-Owner of Armistead Senior Care, has served as a lead organizer of the Reason to Hope Dinner planning committee and has helped to raise over $500,000 for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. In recognition of his myriad contributions to the health and well-being of the greater Burlington community, the Alzheimer’s Association, Vermont Chapter, presented Dan Feeney with the 2016 Community Leadership and Activist Award. Hosted by Honorary Co-Chairs, Andrea and Jim Crook, and Event Chair, Sarah Muyskens, the 2016 Reason to Hope Dinner raised over $143,000 for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. The evening’s program included videotaped remarks from Vermont Senior Senator Patrick Leahy. “There are over 12,000 Vermonters living with Alzheimer’s” stated Sen. Leahy. “In a state like California, that’s not a big deal. In a state like Vermont, it is a very big deal.” Dan Feeney and Family, left, and with Tim Holvorson. Alzheimer’s Association photos.Emceed by Tim Halvorson, along with congratulatory remarks from Linda Norris of Norris Consulting, Mark Redmond of Spectrum Youth & Family Services, and Sarah Muyskens, Community Volunteer and Event Chair, the evening’s tribute ran the gamut from a fun-loving roast of Dan Feeney to heart-warming tribute to his family and his many civic and charitable endeavors. “Many of us…your neighbors, your coworkers and extended family are probably dealing with someone suffering from Alzheimer’s and the slow decline of losing a loved one” wrote Dan Feeney. “Extend a hand to help them traverse this time in their lives for it will make you appreciate your health and well-being.” Alexandra “Alex” Magiera, a member of the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Illinois Junior Board, was the evening’s featured Mission Speaker. Alex was only 15 years old when her mother, then age 50, was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s. Speaking with humor and compassion about her mother’s journey with the disease, Alex relayed that as a teenager she wondered “how do I tell my friends that my mom can’t remember my name much less how to complete basic tasks?” Her mother passed away from the disease at the age of 60, a mere 10 years after receiving her Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Alex’s goal is to change the perception that Alzheimer’s is not a disease that only impacts “old people” but instead affects the entire family. As a tireless advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association, she is guided by a firm belief that research, education and advocacy will lead to a cure for Alzheimer’s. The Reason to Hope program concluded with brief, inspirational statements during the closing spotlight ceremony. Alzheimer’s Association friends, advocates and volunteers including Amanda Wilson, Louis Godin, Kate Quinn,Tom Swartwout and Alex Magiera spoke poignantly about their connections to Alzheimer’s disease – as a caregiver, son, granddaughter, spouse and advocate –concluding with a personal pledge of “the end of Alzheimer’s begins with me.” Net proceeds from the Reason to Hope Dinner fund crucial programs and services to help Vermonters living with dementia, as well as expand advocacy efforts to assure a coordinated effort on both the national and state level and significantly expand cutting-edge research worldwide. Jessie and Margi Swett of Vermont Trophy & EngravingThe Alzheimer’s Association gratefully acknowledges the generous organizations contributing to the success of the 2016 Reason to Hope including event sponsor, North Star Leasing Company; platinum sponsors Armistead Senior Care and People’s United Bank; gold sponsors the Bergeron Family Foundation, FreePressMedia, National Life Group, plus Liz & Chuck Delauriers, Triad & Hawke; silver sponsors American Flatbread/Zero Gravity, BioTek Instruments, Inc., Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont, Burlington Rotary Club, Donahue & Associates and Friends, The Feeney Family, The Norris Family/Aerie Consulting, LLC, Northern Benefits/Nedde Real Estate, Twincraft Skincare, University of Vermont Medical Center – Center on Aging at University of Vermont; plus bronze sponsors The Arbors at Shelburne/Converse Home(link is external), Kate & Scott Baldwin, Andrea & Randy Brock, Bullrock-Deutsche-Eco Solar, The Coates Family, The Attorneys at Downs Rachlin Martin, ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, Exterus Business Furniture, Friends of Dan Feeney, Home Instead Senior Care/GoodHEALTH Associates, KeyBank, NBT Bank, Northfield Savings Bank/McSoley McCoy & Co., Pomerleau Real Estate, The Residences at Otter Creek, Quarry Hill & Shelburne Bay, The Seaver Family and Wright & Morrisey, Inc. Special thanks are extended to Ben Zakin, Acabay, Inc., Birnn Chocolates(link is external), Chappell’s Florist, Claussen’s Florist, Greenhouse & Perennial Farm, E.B. Strong’s Prime Steakhouse, Hilton Burlington, Queen City Printers, Vermont Trophy & Engraving plus Von Bargen’s Jewelry. About the Alzheimer’s Association The Alzheimer’s Association is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research. Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Our vision is a world without Alzheimer’s. Visit www.alz.org(link is external) or call 800.272.3900. About Alzheimer’s Disease in Vermont Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in the U.S., and is the only disease in the top 10 in America that cannot be treated, cured or slowed. In Vermont, Alzheimer’s is the fifth-leading cause of death and our state has the fourth-highest Alzheimer’s death rate in America. More than 12,000 Vermonters age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s and by 2025 the number will rise to 17,000, a 41.7% increase in less than 10 years. There are 30,000 Alzheimer’s caregivers in Vermont providing 34,000,000 hours of unpaid care valued at $422,000,000.