Many groups set to benefit from grants

The recommended amounts will now go to the council for approval.

Baldivis Archery Club looks set to be the big winner, netting $14,935 to buy a new slasher and tractor to tow a trailer for tree watering and target butt maintenance.

Mission Australia will receive $7500 of $15,000 requested for costs associated with buying equipment for the Getting Physical ” The Early Years Project at the Warnbro Early Learning Centre.

Rockingham District Historical Society is set to benefit from $7000 for general upkeep of the museum.

The TriEvents City of Rockingham Triathlon will net $6500, and the Perth Blokart Club $6000 to host the 2014 World Blokart Championships.

The Seniors Recreation Council Rockingham branch is seeking $3484.92 to host the Rockingham Have a Go Day.

Rockingham Swimming Club hopes to obtain $3300 for costs associated with its Dive and Try Open Carnival. And West Coast Dog Sports is in line for $3219.25 to hold its Lure Coursing Fun Day.

Baldivis Little Athletics Group may be allocated $2650 to hold the Beyond Bank Baldivis Fun Run for The Leukaemia Foundation.

The grants committee has also recommended $2385 to support Intework’s Funday Friday as part of local International Day for People with Disability events.

C3 Church is keen to obtain $2000 to pay for 100 meals at its ‘Love Rockingham Christmas Day Lunch’.

Rockingham St Vincent De Paul wants $1740 to cover the costs of tip fees for the safe removal of dumped and unsuitable recycled items.

The Rockingham and Districts Alzheimer’s Inc wants $1000 to pay costs associated with its Carers Thank You Christmas Lunch.