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Seven community groups in the Riverina and Central West have received vital grants of between $1,000 and $4,000 in round five of the Inland Rail Community Sponsorships and Donations program.
The local recipients for round five of the Inland Rail Sponsorships and Donations program include:
•$4,000 to the Junee Basketball Association for the purchase of scoring benches at the local recreational centre
•$4,000 to the WIRED Lab Cootamundra to upgrade online infrastructure that will enable community members to participate online
• $4,000 to Silo FM 89.5 Inc. for the purchase of new broadcasting equipment for community radio
•$3,500 to Kurrajong Waratah for the purchase of a weatherproof shelter for the community gardens as part of the Hildasid Farm Project
•$2,837 to the Central West Astronomical Society for the purchase of a data projector and batteries
•$1,136 to Wirrinya Progress and Sports Association for the purchase of tennis court nets for children’s activities
•$1,100 to the Parkes Que Club to provide domestic violence bags for women and children
This article first appeared on www.miragenews.com
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