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IT might not be the end of YMCA programs in Wangaratta but the ball firmly sits in council’s court as to whether the iconic organisation…
THE Wangaratta Indoor Sports and Aquatic Centre (WISAC) will become a council operated facility from November 1 next year.
RURAL City of Wangaratta Council has secured a $6 million low-interest loan from the State Labor Government to pay for works up front connected to…
WANGARATTA YMCA was buzzing on Saturday morning with the launch of Les Mills Body Pump 100 – a global event that saw the latest version…
FRIDAY morning’s session at the Wangaratta Indoor Sports and Aquatic Centre (WISAC) certainly bolstered its month-long Swimathon fundraising efforts.
RESEALING works at WISAC car park a slice of the rural city’s $19.5 million capital works program for 2015-16.
THE manager of Wangaratta’s pools has thrown her support behind council’s aquatic plan.
SOME 94 teams will compete in the Wangaratta’s annual junior basketball tournament.
WANGARATTA Basketball Incorporated’s new Stadium Scoring system will face its biggest test this weekend.
AN open air tai chi class will raise funds for services supporting women with breast cancer.
THE AFL Grand Final Day Breakfast was all about good fun, company, and plenty of footy banter.
THE YMCA has been granted a $2.58 million contract to continue to run the WISAC.