The state government has today committed more than $1 million in funding for seven local ventures.
Under the stipulations of round two in the Stronger Country Communities Fund, an allocation of $1,262,963 will be distributed throughout the town.
The Athenium Theatre will benefit from the largest cut. Its $421,400 will go towards installing air conditioning units throughout the building.
Junee’s tennis club will receive $139,262 to aid in redevelopments.
A further $106,151 will go towards upgrading and installing a playground at the Old Junee Community Hall.
The sporting and recreation hub will use its $65,520 to provide shade over its barbecue area.
With its grant of $353,274 the aquatic centre will conduct work on its pool filtration system.
Additional allocations of $64,170 and $113,185 will go to the Wantabadgery and Eurongilly tennis clubhouses respectively.
The money is part of the broader $300 million NSW government’s ongoing Stronger Country Communities Fund.