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Gaming grants awarded

Three community organizations in Williams Lake and 100 Mile House are receiving Community Gaming Grants totaling $223,125 to assist in programs related to youth and families.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Williams Lake is receiving $70,000 with a large portion of funding contributing to the in-school mentoring program. The Boys and Girls Club of Williams Lake is also receiving $55,000 for recreation and nutrition programming.

The 100 Mile House and District Women’s Society is receiving $17,000 in funding.

 

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