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The Rotokare Scenic Reserve in South Taranaki will receive $ 60,000 for the next three years from South Taranaki District Council.
South Taranaki District Council has allocated more than $ 220,000 from its Community Initiative Fund to 20 community organizations.
The largest grant went to Rotokare Scenic Reserve, which received $ 60,000 annually for the next three years, followed by the Opunake Sport and Recreation Trust, which received an additional $ 35,000 each year in addition to the 40 $ 000 per year already granted, followed by the Egmont A&P association ($ 20,000).
South Taranaki Mayor Phil Nixon said it was no easy task as over $ 1.2 million had been requested from 45 different groups across Taranaki, and difficult appeals had to be made. past.
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Other three-year grants went to: Citizens Advice Bureau $ 2,000, Enviroschools Taranaki $ 10,000, Everybody’s Theater $ 12,000, Menzshed Hāwera $ 5,000, Opunake Beach Carnival $ 6,000, Paepae In The Park $ 10,000, South Taranaki Neighborhood Support $ 5,000, Waverley Community Patrol $ 5,000.
One-time grants were made to: Blue Light Te Ara Tika $ 5,000, Hāwera Brass Inc $ 16,521, Hāwera Lawn Tennis and Squash Racquet Club $ 10,000, Opunake Loop Trail Trust $ 6,000, Opunake Players $ 6,000, Park Croquet Club $ 5,364, Taranaki Garden Trust $ 5,000, Eltham Village Galerie $ 7,000, Association Waverley A and P $ 6,714.
The council’s other community grants are: Hāwera Cinema 2 $ 40,000, Lysaght Watt Gallery $ 15,000, Opunake Community Baths $ 52,606, Opunake Surf Lifesaving Club $ 11,500, Sport Taranaki $ 37,660, Surf Lifesaving NZ $ 30,323, Waverley Cemetery Board $ 20,000.