$400,000 Christmas “Boost” to Community

By Ray Williams

The Castle Hill electorate secured $400,000 in funding for a total of 26 projects through the NSW Government’s 2021 Community Building Partnership Program.

This funding will help deliver improvements to local facilities and help create a more vibrant and inclusive local community. Congratulations to the successful applicants.

1st Castle Hill Scouts, 1st Kellyville Scouts,
1st Rouse Hill Scouts, Australia Foundation For Disability,
Care and Concern Ministries, Castle Hill BMX Club,
Castle Hill RSL Dolphins Swimming Club, Castle Hill United
Soccer Club, Endeavour Foundation, Fit Kids Foundation,
Hills Basketball Association, Kellyville Anglican Church,
Kellyville Preschool, Kellyville Rural Fire Brigade,
Kellyville Soccer Club, Kellyville United Football Club,
North Kellyville Public School, Our Lady Of The Rosary Kellyville,
Restore Church, Riding for the Disabled Tall Timbers,
Rotary Club of Kenthurst, Rouse Hill Anglican Church,
Sherwood Ridge Public School, St Bernadette’s Catholic Church,
Sunnyfield, The Hills Shire Council

I’d like to take this opportunity to wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year!

We made it through the hardest two years in modern history, and have come out of it a much stronger and united community. Never have I been prouder to represent the communities of The Hills with our LGA being the first in Australia to reach the 95% double vaccination rate!

A tremendous effort! The Hills and its residents are truly #1!!

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