Creating a better Berowra
replacing their cracked covering which dates back 50 years. I granted Cherrybrook Scouts $8,000 for a hall extension so they can keep up with demand. Normanhurst Scouts also received $8,000 for the renovation of their ageing kitchen. Asquith Scouts were thrilled with their $8,000 grant, which allows them to increase accessibility through a disabled ramp.
Finally, Mount Colah/Mount Ku-ring-Gai Scout Group secured $2,500 for new shelving – helping them to properly store the equipment they work so hard to acquire through fundraising.
Recreation clubs are another important community asset, keeping us connected and active. Proper facilities promote participation in these clubs, and I’m pleased many will be strengthened as a result of our funding. Beecroft Recreation club has benefited from $5,000 for re-carpeting. The club has a history dating back more than 100 years and upkeep projects ensure it has a viable and vibrant future. The re-carpeted area will be celebrated by the many groups who use the venue, including children’s chess classes, bridge clubs and Probus clubs. Cheltenham Recreation Club is also celebrating their new corrugated roof on their croquet clubhouse, thanks to a $8,930 grant covering half their costs.
Among the other organisations that I’ve been proud to present funding to, are sporting groups like Cherrybrook’s Greenway Giants, the Hornsby Ku-ringgai Sailing Club and Hornsby Berowra Junior AFL Club.
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Delighted West Pennant Hills Scouts with their grant cheque for a new roof