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Thousands for people

Welcoming the funding were, from left: project facilitator Marzia Maurilli, Venus Bay Community Centre coordinator Alyson Skinner, Don Kennedy of the Tarwin Lower and Venus Bay Men’s Shed , Fay Sinclair and Kate Randall of the Gardiner Foundation.

TWELVE community groups have won $57,000 from the Gardiner Foundation in the final round of community project funding offered through the Lower Tarwin Valley Project.

The grants, ranging between $1000 and $8000, were presented to community groups participating in the Lower Tarwin Valley Project at a community celebration at the Tarwin Lower Mechanics Institute Hall last Thursday.

 

 

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