Green Head Sporting Club, Horrocks Town Team and Irwin Districts Sub Centre are the first recipients to receive Mitsui E&P grant funding in their new Mid West Community Grants program. The Green Head Sporting Club will use $4000 grant funding to replace a portion of the tennis court fencing and the gate into the facility, which have become badly corroded and require replacement. The Horrocks Town Team, helping their community recover from the impacts of cyclone Seroja, recently completed a Lookout Project at their local beach and will use $4,000 to help fund the building of a bridge at the lookout. The St John Ambulance WA Irwin Districts Sub Centre has put their $4,000 grant towards a two-part event dedicated to high school students from Dongara and Mullewa, with a First Aid workshop and a cultural identity workshop with Mitch Tambo, a traditional Indigenous singer, dancer and motivational speaker. The second part of the event was an open air music concert Bundara Thagalangu Bundara (Stars Under the Stars) to thank and celebrate the St John Ambulance Volunteers of the Mid West. The Mid West Community Grants Program was established to provide assistance to not-for-profit community groups, clubs and organisations to implement projects, activities and initiatives that enhance and promote community wellbeing within the Mid West. Mitsui E&P Australia (MEPAU) is a WA-based energy provider with two facilities in the Mid West and is the operator of the Waitsia Gas Field 16km southeast of Dongara. Mid West Community Grants of up to $4,000 are available two times a year with the next round of applications open Saturday, April 1 to Monday, May 1.