Network Waitaki’s grants scheme allocated funds to a number of local organisations on Tuesday night.
Director Tony Wood said Network Waitaki had been inundated with requests for sponsorship. “We look forward to seeing how the funds are used in North Otago,” he said.
The grants totalled $77,647 and went to the following recipients:
45 South Television Inc $1000; Alzheimer’s Society Otago Inc $1000; Awamoa Football Club $750; Casa Nova Kindergarten $1500; CCS Disability Action Waitaki $1000; Columba Scout Group $920; Duntroon and District Development Association $700; Janet Frame Eden St Trust $500; Kakanui Offshore Fishing Club Inc $300; Literacy North Otago $2000; Meadowbank United Football Club $300; Nicol’s Blacksmith Historic Trust $500, North Otago Art Society $2000; North Otago Athletics $500; North Otago Cricket Association $1500; North Otago Jamboree Committee $3000; North Otago Junior Tennis $1000; North Otago Lawn Tennis Association Inc $2000; North Otago Recreational Turf Trust $8000; North Otago Rugby Union $7500; North Otago Sports Bodies Association $4000; Oamaru Albion Cricket Club $1000; Oamaru Athletic Marist Rugby Football $600; Oamaru Bluelight Ventures Inc $1500; Oamaru Free Kindergarten Association $1000; Oamaru Intermediate School $2000; Oamaru Steam and Rail Society $1127; Oamaru Tap Dancing $500; Otago Community Hospice $2000; Scotts Own Sea Scouts $1000; Sport Otago _ Sport Waitaki $4000; St Kevin’s College $2500; Summer Camp $1850; Central Coast Country Music Association $800; Valley Rugby Football Club Inc $2000; Victorian Town at Work $5500; Waitaki Boys’ High School $2500; Waitaki Community Garden’s Trust $2500; Waitaki Girls’ High School $2500; Waitaki Multicultural COuncil Inc $700; Waitaki Road Safe Inc $1500; Waitaki Ski Club $600.Buy KicksZapatillas de baloncesto Nik