THE MUDGEE RESCUE SQUAD THANKS THEIR GENEROUS SPONSORS
Community groups from Mudgee, Rylstone, Kandos, and Gulgong were given a small but significant financial boost on Tuesday as Family First Credit Union presented their annual community grants. A morning tea set up in the Mudgee branch allowed groups to tell of how their granted money will fund certain projects or maintain services within the region. More than $7000 was presented between 23 recipients. Family First Credit Union director, Colin Lenten, said 25 applications were made for Mudgee’s 2013 Community Support Program and it was pleasing to see the donated money will go to great use. “These are a great bunch of people who I all know will benefit from ‘this extra financial boost,” he said. ‘Each of these recipients understand whilst the donations arc nothing huge, it certainly helps a little.
“Family First’s role is putting the community first.” The final donations were handed to:
Cooyal Hall Association
St Matthews Catholic School
Mudgee Evening Country Women’s Association
Gulgong Public School
Mudgee Pony Club
Frontline Community Services
Kids & Carers Support Group – Kandos and Rylstone
Gulgong Arts Council
Mudgee and Districts Netball Association
1st Mudgee Scout Group
Gulgong Public School P&C
Mudgee Creative Collective
Mud Dragons Dragon Boats
Mudgee High School
Grattai Country Women’s Association
Gulgong Country Women’s Association
St Mary’s Parish Youth Group
Riding for the Disabled – Mudgee
Mudgee Rescue Squad (VRA)
Ragamuffins Community Play Time
Mudgee District Tennis Association.
Article Mudgee Guardian – May 15 2013
By Darren Snyder
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