Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh with (from left) CWA branch president Irene Wells, treasurer Ann Rehwinkel, international officer Julie Vincent, cultural officer Mikayla Pennisi and her daughter and youngest branch member, Abigail Pennisi.
Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh with (from left) CWA branch president Irene Wells, treasurer Ann Rehwinkel, international officer Julie Vincent, cultural officer Mikayla Pennisi and her daughter and youngest branch member, Abigail Pennisi.

Grant scheme shines light on CWA

MEMBER for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh has visited the Coffs Harbour CWA Rooms to congratulate them on a State Government grant.

The Coffs Harbour CWA branch has received $7880 under the Community Building Partnership Program - they will use the funds for the installation of rooftop solar panels and replacement of the old-style interior fluorescent lights with LED lighting.

The Coffs Harbour CWA branch was formed in 1931 and it currently has 38 members.


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