Lower Inman CFS receive $30,000 from the state government

CFS upgrades: Corey Wingard and David Basham present a cheque for $30,382 to CFS volunteers at Inman Valley, for bitumen upgrades at the facility.
CFS upgrades: Corey Wingard and David Basham present a cheque for $30,382 to CFS volunteers at Inman Valley, for bitumen upgrades at the facility.

On Sunday July 14, Member for Finniss, David Basham and the Minister for Emergency Services, Corey Wingard visited the Lower Inman CFS and presented volunteers with a cheque for $30,382 for a number of bitumen upgrades to driveway and carpark facilities.

The Grant came as part of the Marshall Liberal Government's CFS Project Renew commitment to build better facilities for CFS volunteers across the state.

Mr Basham also took the opportunity to show the Minister for Emergency Services the Back Valley Tennis Club and the improvements they've made to their courts with the State Government Active Club Program Grant for $17,000 that he presented late last year.

Minister Wingard said he was impressed with the Club's obvious commitment to and pride in their facilities.