More than $315,000 has been paid to four projects thanks to the Coaticook Migrant Resource Center's Community Vitality Fund

More than $315,000 has been paid to four projects thanks to the Coaticook Migrant Resource Center's Community Vitality Fund

Coaticook. Four projects will benefit from the Coaticook Migrant Resource Center's Living Environments Vitality Fund. Thus, more than $315,000 will be pumped thanks to this program.

First, the City of Coaticook will receive $151,450 from the local envelope to begin rebuilding the municipal pool. It will therefore be able to maintain this important local service, clearly defined in the community.

$85,000, spread over a two-year period and coming from the regional envelope, will be allocated to the Coaticook Medical Clinic for its modernization project. The aim is to support these actors in sustaining this essential service for the population. Employee retention is also a targeted goal.

The Coaticook MRC Volunteer Center will receive $70,000, with $45,000 coming from the local Coaticook envelope. The funds will be used to improve the organization's kitchens, which are used for Meals on Wheels activities. This will also allow them to increase production capacity.

Finally, $8,900 will be awarded to the City of Dixville to purchase equipment and furniture, which will be used to furnish a new community room. This will be located in the gym for former residents of the Dixville Home Foundation.

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