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Bank gives back

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November 09, 2017

MORE than $37,000 has been poured back into the community thanks to the Elmore/Lockington/Rochester Community Bank.

MORE than $37,000 has been poured back into the community thanks to the Elmore/Lockington/Rochester Community Bank.

The grants are part of round three of its Community Sponsorship Program, which is open to all organisations and groups in the Elmore, Lockington and Rochester districts.

Lockmore Financial Services chair Brad Drust thanked the successful groups for the work they do in our communities.

“These hardworking groups and organisations make up the fabric of our communities, and we are proud to provide some support to make their priority programs, projects and events happen,’’ he said.

‘‘This is made possible thanks to the customers of the Elmore/ Lockington/ Rochester Community Bank.’’

Recipients of round three of the Community Sponsorship Program are:

■Elmore Harness Club – Boxing Day meeting $584

■Elmore Memorial Hall – upgrade of disabled toilets $5,000

■Elmore Bowls Club – tournament $400

■Lockington Golf Club – shed extension $1,980

■Lockington Golf Club – tournament $400

■Lockington and District Business Centre – defibrillator $1,325

■Lockington Pony Club – round yard $3,200

■Rochester Basketball Association – electronic scoreboard $3,500

■Rotary Club of Rochester – data projector $480

■Rochester Historical Society – improved display lighting $579.50

■Rochester and District Angling Club – TV/DVD player $744

■Rochester and District Pony Club – improved facilities $1,000

■Rochester Cubs – new tents and repair other tents $1,500

■Rochester Mural Festival – 2018 event $2,000

■Toolleen Recreation Reserve – scoreboard and timekeepers box $4,000

■Bamawm Lockington United Cricket Club – lawnmower $5,000

■Calivil Bowling Club – tournament $400

■East Loddon P-12 Exchange Program $500

■Tennyson CFA - engel fridge $2,625

■Community Bank Rochester Netball Invitational $2,000.

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