Stawell Gold Mine issues more grants

Stawell Gold Mines General Manager Troy Cole congratulates Ross Hatton, representing Stawell Regional Health, on receiving a community grant. Picture: BEN KIMBER

Stawell Gold Mines General Manager Troy Cole congratulates Ross Hatton, representing Stawell Regional Health, on receiving a community grant. Picture: BEN KIMBER

STAWELL Gold Mine has dispersed funds to the grateful recipients of its latest round of Community Grants.

Stawell Apex Club was the beneficiary of two separate grants; one to help rebuild its clubrooms, another to ensure continued support for the annual charity Wildflower ride.

Northern Grampians Shire Council's Youth Action Council will put the funds it received towards purchasing outdoor cinema equipment so it can host future youth focused events.

Stawell Interchurch Council Welfare will use its grant for a new pathway at its Sloane Street centre.

The Rotary Club of Stawell will be putting the funds it was given towards the purchase of up to 20 chairs for Skene Street Special School.

Stawell West Primary School will invest money it received into its RACV Pushcart challenge, a transition program for students at the primary school and Stawell Secondary School.

Disability organisation Pinnacle Inc will use its funds to pay for new uniforms and Stawell Regional Health will put money towards a new sponsorship program and the introduction of a half-marathon charity event later in the year.

Stawell Tennis Club will also benefit with money to go towards the installation of seating at its courts.

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