Clubs are well known for their community engagement and support of local organisations and services. In recognition of their commitment and achievements, ClubsNSW has introduced the first ever Clubs and Community Ambassador awards in 2013.
Maclean Bowling Club is extremely proud to be among six local clubs nominated
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for the inaugural Community Spirit Ambassador of the Year with Ulong District & Services Club, South Tweed Sports, C.EX Group, Alstonville casino online Plateau Bowls & Sports Club and Coraki Golf
Maclean Bowling Club has been recognised as a finalist for the generous support and sponsorship given to community clubs and sporting organisations.
ClubsNSW CEO Anthony
Ball said this was the first year the organistion was running the Clubs and Community celebration.
“The state”s clubs provide more than $1.2 billion each year in social benefits
through donations, in-kind support and volunteering,” he said.
However, the support local clubs give to their communities often goes unnoticed and Clubs and Community aims to change this.”
Mr Ball said that support clubs provide in regional areas was especially vital.