see Independent MP Andrew Wilkie has secured $1 million from the Federal Government to help transform the home for the Glenorchy Knights Football Club at KGV in an exciting redevelopment project.
canadian propecia read and buy The project will involve the purchase and upgrading of the current clubhouse building, with the construction of a new viewing area for all football spectators to enjoy, a function room, office space as well as fully upgraded kitchen, kiosk and bar facilities to transform the building.
watch The redevelopment will also mean that Football Federation Tasmania Headquarters will relocate to elsewhere on the KGV site, with a separate infrastructure project on the grandstand side of the ground that would include new change rooms proposed, pending government funding.
cheap cialis uk “The Glenorchy Knights are a great club and have been an important part of the greater Hobart community for over 60 years,” Mr Wilkie said. “That’s why it’s excellent news that the Federal Government has committed $1 million to transform the existing Football Federation Tasmania facility at KGV into a multi-purpose facility with vibrant new clubrooms.”
http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=levitra-online-no-prescription “I’m a strong advocate for Government support for sports and sporting infrastructure. Children in particular need access to healthy sports in safe environments run by good role models. Clubs like the Glenorchy Knights are the lifeblood of communities and it’s so important that they have a permanent home with the highest standard of facilities.”
source site Glenorchy Knights President Tony Bacic thanked Mr Wilkie and described the funding as a dream come true.
click “A big thank you to Andrew Wilkie MP, the Independent Federal Member for Clark (formerly Denison) for enabling this to happen. Andrew’s support for Tasmanian football is inspiring and to make this happen for our club is a dream come true.”
go to link “These new facilities will not only provide Glenorchy Knights with the infrastructure we require to meet the needs of our ever expanding player and supporter base, it also represents a much needed upgrade to the ageing facilities at KGV to the benefit of all Tasmanian football lovers.”
potpourri drug ingredients viagra FFT President Bob Gordon welcomed the funding announcement, stressing further investment in infrastructure was crucial for the growth of the game.
buying lasix without perscription “We’re very pleased Mr Wilkie has been able to get this money for infrastructure, following on for South Hobart announcement last week. We currently have a number of other proposals with both state and federal governments about improving infrastructure.”
purchase viagra professional “We are the biggest participation sport in Tasmania and it’s growing. With the Matildas in the World Cup this year and in with a good chance, we will have another flood of young girls wanting to play, just as we had off the back of Russia last year. But we are struggling to provide enough grass time for those young people to play. So that has been something we have been working with all 3 levels of government on, upgrading infrastructure to meet that demand.”