Katrina congratulates Temora Junior Football and Netball Club on its successful Community Building Partnership grant funding application
Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson today congratulated the Temora Junior Football and Netball Club on its success in winning funding from the NSW Government’s 2015 Community Building Partnership (CBP) Program.
“There was a strong level of interest from the local community for the $200,000 of available funds, with 44 community organisations and councils submitting applications totalling over $1.4 million,” Katrina said.
The Temora Junior Football and Netball Club will receive $15,000 to purchase aluminium grandstand seating for the netball courts to accommodate around 50 – 60 spectators, and to construct a concrete slab to place the grandstand on.
“It’s a privilege to support this project which will make a real difference to our community,” Katrina said.
The NSW Government is getting on with the job ensuring a stronger and better region as part of our plan to rebuild NSW.
“I welcome the funding that has been provided by the NSW Government and congratulate the Temora Junior Football and Netball Club for its success in obtaining this funding,” Katrina said.
“I look forward to seeing the benefits of this local project as it’s undertaken and, more importantly, put into use.”
Katrina said the project will provide a great benefit to this community group, significantly improving local community infrastructure.
“Community Building Partnership grants highlight the hard work and dedication of the volunteer workers who do so much to help our local communities.”
“The NSW Government is delivering local infrastructure improvements across all regional areas," Katrina said.