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Change is in the air at club after major grants round


Change is in the air at club after major grants round

Glasshouse Hinterland AFL Club is set to kick even more goals after receiving a $30,000 grant.

It was just one of 119 community groups to benefit in the latest round of Sunshine Coast Council’s Major Grants, sharing in $730,399.

Club co-vice president Aleesha Clarke says the funding will make a major improvement to the changerooms.

“Our club loves our football grounds and continue efforts each day to improve our facilities for not only our current players, but also our future players and the Glass House Mountains community,” Ms Clarke says.

“The grant will help fund critical and necessary upgrades to the club’s changerooms to ensure everyone of all abilities feels comfortable while participating in sport.”

Nambour Meals on Wheels Service received $30,000 towards considerable kitchen renovations.

Other community projects to receive funding include Windansea Boardriders Club, Kenilworth Chamber of Commerce, Generation Innovation and Feral Arts.

Community groups will have an opportunity to apply for the next round of Major Grants between July 15 and
August 26.

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