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Cariboo arts and culture and sports groups receive Community Gaming Grants

The province is providing support to hundreds of not-for-profit organizations through the Community Gaming Grants, including 21 in the Cariboo.

Province-wide, around $18.2 million is being distributed to more than 650 arts and culture organizations, and over $24.9 million is going towards more than 700 sports organizations.

Cariboo Recipients of the grant in the arts and culture are:

  • Lone Butte, Interlakes Community Centre Society – $1,200
  • Quesnel, Quesnel Art Gallery Society – $19,000
  • Wells, Island Mountain Arts Society – $26,000
  • Williams Lake, Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin Society – $30,000
  • Williams Lake, Station House Studio and Gallery Society – $23,000

Cariboo sports groups receiving funding are:

  • 100 Mile House, 100 Mile & District Minor Hockey Association – $39,000
  • 100 Mile House, 100 Mile House District Soccer Association – $10,000
  • 100 Mile House, 100 Mile House Wranglers Junior B Hockey Club – $15,000
  • Quesnel, Cariboo Ski-Touring Club – $19,900
  • Quesnel, Lightning Creek Ski Club – $15,000
  • Quesnel, North Cariboo Gymkhana Society – $2,500
  • Quesnel, Quesnel and District Minor Hockey Association – $63,500
  • Quesnel, Quesnel Aquatic Club – $11,000
  • Quesnel, Quesnel Figure Skating Club – $29,000
  • Quesnel, Quesnel Ringette Association – $14,250
  • Quesnel, Quesnel Technics Gymnastic Club – $28,700
  • Quesnel, Quesnel Youth Soccer Association – $53,000
  • Williams Lake, Cariboo-Chilcotin Gymnastics Association – $24,000
  • Williams Lake, Williams Lake Blue Fins Swim Club – $16,500
  • Williams Lake, Williams Lake Curling Club – $17,500
  • Williams Lake, Williams Lake Skating Club – $15,500
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