PICTURED: back row Chris Gulaptis, Kevin Noble (Wooli RFS) Peter Saunders (Wooli SES) Steve Reading (Marine Rescue Wooli)Front row Anne Mara (Wooli SES) Kelly Blacksell and Debby Thompson (Organisers Wooli Goanna Pulling) Janet Saunders (Wooli SES).
PICTURED: back row Chris Gulaptis, Kevin Noble (Wooli RFS) Peter Saunders (Wooli SES) Steve Reading (Marine Rescue Wooli)Front row Anne Mara (Wooli SES) Kelly Blacksell and Debby Thompson (Organisers Wooli Goanna Pulling) Janet Saunders (Wooli SES).

Grant gives canteen a facelift

WOOLI Sports Club's successful application for a grant to NSW Government's 2011 Community Building Partnership program has resulted in concrete and an awning being erected around the canteen at Wooli Sportsground.

The improvements will provide welcome shelter at the sportsground and be of benefit to the local community.

Clarence MP Chris Gulaptis was at Wooli to inspect the project which was completed by local builder Eddie Smith, along with help from a few locals.

Clarence Valley Council also supplied paint and new Roll-A-Doors, giving the canteen a complete facelift.

These improvements were finished just in time for The Australian Goanna Pulling Championships which took place at Wooli sportsground yesterday.



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