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Community Futures Beautification

 Community Futures Beautification returns this summer for 13 communities in Southwest Saskatchewan. Based on the overwhelming support in past years with the selected communities, Community Futures Southwest is implementing the Community Futures Beautification Initiative for 2013.

Developed to promote community spirit and cooperation for economic development, Community Futures Beautification provides a unique opportunity for communities to access funding to assist with a community beautification project. Community Futures Southwest will be allocating up to $2000.00 to each of the 13 projects that were selected, as well as two days of Board and Staff labor to assist with each community project.

Congratulations to the 13 project leaders who are winners and will share $15,050 allocated for their projects:

RM of Fox Valley – Railway Street Project,
Town of Maple Creek – Communities in bloom,
Recreation Board of Webb – Playground Beautification;
Burstall Lions Club – Color our Community,
Town of Morse – Community work bee,
Village of Frontier – Main Street Beautification,
Village of Sceptre – Mini Park Playground Upgrade,
Gull Lake Lodge – Elk’s Hall Rehab, 
Village of Tompkins – Town Beautification,
Village of Val Marie – Village Square,
Tompkins ED Group – Main Street Beautification,
Town of Leader – Community Hall Cleanup,
Village of Bracken – Park and Playground Development.

Contact: Community Futures Southwest
Phone: (306) 773-0900

Via: The Advance

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