Community hall to receive $66,000 upgrade
Pearl Beach Progress Association will receive $66,000 from Central Coast Council in a community grant to upgrade the community hall
The money will go towards extensions, an awning roof and other works at the rear of the hall.
The hall upgrade is one of several Peninsula projects to be funded in the latest allocation of community grants.
Peninsula Environment Group will get $9950 for Woytopia 2020, a community festival about sustainable living.
The group's Garden Rebuild and Security project has been allocated $13,368 to help build a new storage shed, install CCTV cameras and security fencing at the Woy Woy Peninsula Community Garden.
Peninsula Chamber of Commerce gained $14,165 for the annual Brisbane Water Oyster Festival.
Killcare Surf Life Saving Club received two grants - $7919 for Killcare Seaside Cinema which is a beachfront outdoor movie program and $6650 to update technology to enhance community safety.
The Hope in Darkness Suicide Prevention Scheme, established by Mingaletta Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation, will receive a $5000 grant.
The Grommet Umina Board Riders will get $1000 to buy new foam surfboards.
In total, across the whole region, Council has allocated $695,984 in its latest round of various community grants.
Central Coast Council agenda 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 25 Nov 2019
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