Health Sporting clubs Regional Victoria

Funding boosts local sports clubs in Euroa

25 June 2019

Three local sports clubs have received funding through the latest round of VicHealth grants, Euroa MP Steph Ryan announced today. 

Ms Ryan said Avenel Bowling Club, Mitchell Shire Ranges Soccer Club and Riding for the Disabled Association of Victoria’s Seymour branch had all been successful in attracting funding. 

“I am delighted that three sporting clubs from the Euroa electorate have each been given a share in $8,705 in funding to introduce new and more accessible programs for both women and those living with a disability,” Ms Ryan said.

“This funding will assist the Avenel Bowling Club to introduce two new flexible programs – ‘Bowling with Babies’ for young mums and ‘Girls on the Green’ for women in participate after work hours.

“The Mitchell Ranges Soccer Club have also received $3,000 to introduce two new teams for women and girls, providing more sporting opportunities for females wishing to get active across the Mitchell Shire.

“The Seymour branch of the Riding for the Disabled Association of Victoria has also received $2,724 to purchase new equipment.

“Taking part in community sport is a great way to make new friends and get active with others while also improving your own health and wellbeing.

“These small grants help to create more opportunities for people of all ages, genders and abilities to get active and enjoy the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.

“I welcome this latest round of funding to make getting active easier for everyone, while supporting the clubs and associations that contribute so much to our great community.

“I encourage everyone in the electorate to look at what opportunities are available for them to get involved.”


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