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Moyie funding delivered

Wayne Stone, president of the Moyie Community Association, (left) is presented with a Community Gaming Grant cheque for $4,300 from local Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett.  - Photo submitted
Wayne Stone, president of the Moyie Community Association, (left) is presented with a Community Gaming Grant cheque for $4,300 from local Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett.
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The Moyie Community Association, dedicated to building a stronger and more connected community, has received a gaming grant worth $4,300 from the B.C. government.

“Delivering recreational programs and engaging in community development are just a few ways the Moyie Community Association has made the region a better place to live. Thank you for your commitment and exceptional work,” said Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett.

Across British Columbia, 294 recipients will share $6,272,130 in the latest round of grants.

Recipients in this round of grants include programs for Human and Social Services.

Community Gaming Grants help local groups provide important services for B.C. families.

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