Grants approved

West Kelowna council approved a total of $58,500 in grants-in-aid including:

  • Jan. 21, 2011 6:00 a.m.

West Kelowna council approved a total of $58,500 in grants-in-aid including:

•Bridge Youth and Family Services – $7,000

•Gellatly Bay Trails and Parks Society – $2,000

•Okanagan Boys and Girls Club – $3,500

•West Kelowna Citizen’s Patrol Society – $5,000

•West Kelowna Yacht Club – $5,000

•Westside Canadian Red Cross – $11,700

•Westside Celebration Society – $16,000

•Westside Health Network Society – $7,000

•Westside Parent Participation Preschool – $1,000

•Westside Residents and Business Association – $600

Council also approved $221,327 in non-cash grants including:.

•Emergency Social Services (RDCO) – $205

•Girl Guides of Canada – $672

•Lakeview Heights AA Group – $1,000

•Mt. Boucherie Figure Skating Club – $41,000

•Royal Canadian Legion – $1,600

•Westside Girls Softball – $400

•Westside Minor Baseball – $5,400

•Westside Minor Football – $800

•Westside Minor Hockey – $142,400

•Westside Ringette – $26,200

•Westside Youth Soccer – $1,200

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