Brock Minor Hockey is among 11 organizations in Brock Township to receive funds from the 19th annual Charity Golf Tournament.
At Monday’s (Dec. 4) Finance Committee meeting, councillors voted in favour of distributing $14,413 between the 11 organizations, including providing $1,760 for Brock Minor Hockey for the purchase of foam rink dividers. The remaining organizations received the following amounts:
- Beaverton Curling Club — $1,280 for the School Youth Curling Program
- 1st Beaverton Pathfinders and Rangers — $1,100 for camping equipment
- Brock Youth Centre — $1,475 for youth employability training
- Cannington Baseball Association — $1,540 for a pitching machine and baseball clinic
- Cannington Figure Skating Club — $500 for new lighting and decor for the skating show
- Cannington Haunted Trail — $1,760 for power supply at the barn
- 1st Cannington Scouts — $1,760 for equipment replacements
- McCaskills Mills SCC — $500 for First Nations Dancing Program
- Precious Minds — $1,760 for a day camp program
- Sunderland Skating Club — $978 for equipment and props for the skating show
Councillor Cyndi Schaffer, during Monday’s meeting, said she was pleased to see the money going to worthwhile causes.
“I look forward to all of these organizations receiving this money and being able to offer these services to youth in Brock Township,” said Coun. Schaffer.
In total, $14,429 was available for distribution, including $1,169.66 from previous years. Of that, $16 is unallocated and will remain in the Golf Tournament Reserve fund for future years.