The Manitoba government has announced $3.7-million in grants for non-profit and community-led projects.
175 projects were approved through the Community Places program.
The Neepawa and District Centennial Project Committee is receiving over 18-thousand 7-hundred dollars for ice plant monitoring system upgrades.
The Municipality of Hamiota is getting $50-thousand to replace the existing pool liner and install non-slip flooring.
The Swan River Valley Agricultural Society is receiving $34-thousand to improve the Fair Grounds and Grand Stand; the Swan Valley Crisis Centre over $26-hundred for bathroom renos and a garage roof; and the Swan Valley Museum $72 hundred to put up chain link fencing.
The Town of Virden is getting over $48-thousand for arena upgrades.
In addition, 47 projects were approved through the new Community Support Small Grants program.
The Roblin Golf and Country Club is getting $10-grand to purchase a new riding lawn mower.
The Souris and Glenwood Agricultural Society is receiving $15-thousand to buy a front-end loader with a 3-point hitch.