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Many hands make the lights work at Katanning Scout Hall

Daniel RooneyGreat Southern Herald
Katanning Cubs Justine Sander, Joseph Crosby, Emily Crosby and Jason Cooper.
Camera IconKatanning Cubs Justine Sander, Joseph Crosby, Emily Crosby and Jason Cooper. Credit: Supplied

Katanning scouts and guides will no longer be squinting as they sew on their badges thanks to the provision of new lighting from the Shire of Katanning and two local businesses.

Katanning Cubs Justine Sander, Joseph Crosby, Emily Crosby and Jason Cooper.
Camera IconKatanning Cubs Justine Sander, Joseph Crosby, Emily Crosby and Jason Cooper. Credit: Supplied

Dilley’s Electrical Service and Small Projects WA donated time and equipment to install the new LED lights, which were funded by the Katanning Shire community grants program.

The halogen bulbs that previously lit the hall were dim, costly and inefficient and the light they cast gave photographs a yellow tinge.

As winter forces activities indoors, scouts and guides will now be able to see clearly and be clearly seen.

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Parents with children interested in scouts and guides can contact G.L.Katanning@scoutswa.com.au for details

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