Campaspe Shire responds with funding

November 04, 2017

FIVE initiatives will share in $4227 in responsive grants from Campaspe Shire.

Makisacc Lapworth will receive $300 to assist with flights, accommodation, meals and uniform to represent Victoria in the Northern Division U15 Junior Gold Cup in Brisbane.

The Rochester Business Network will receive $1000 to assist with the Rochester Business Network Mentoring Project which is designed to help keep local businesses open.

The Rushworth Events Group Fire in the Belly Film Project will use $1000 to assist with premiering the screening of the short film made in Rushworth.

Crossenvale Community House were given $927 to partner with Echuca Neighbourhood Watch to hold a spooky Halloween night for children focusing on neighbourhood safety on Tuesday.

The Kyabram Swimming Club will use $1000 to assist with the club hosting a two-day swimming meet at EWMAC pool and the cost of hiring the facilities.

The responsive grants program provides funding for community initiatives that meet specified criteria.

An amount of $50,000 is allocated in the 2017/18 budget.

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