Two groups receive gaming grants

Chimo gymnasts, Zone 2 BC Seniors Games benefit from provincial funding




The Chimo Gymnastics Club and the B.C. Seniors Games Society-Zone 2 will benefit from $73,480 in community gaming grants from the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development.

“Throughout the Comox Valley, we have many phenomenal community organizations,” said Don McRae, MLA for Comox Valley. “Sports provide people with a means of exercise, and encourage socialization, and teach people the importance of teamwork. I’m glad to see these grants go to the Chimo Gymnastics Club and the B.C. Seniors Games Society-Zone 2.”

The grant for Chimo is worth $36,650, while the Games Society Zone 2 is receiving $36,800. The two groups are among 143 sports, and arts and culture organizations across B.C. that are sharing more than $3.9 million in the latest rounds of gaming grants.

– Government of BC


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