Bank plan goes door to door



PLANNING and fundraising for a community bank in Grace- mere continued yesterday as or- ganisers geared up for a district doorknock.

The doorknock will begin lat- er next week and is intended to not only raise money for a feasi- bility study, but also to inform residents about the benefits of a community bank, said organ- iser Ian Churchill.

The study would cost about $12,000 and Mr Churchill said he was sure enough money would be raised.

Find out more about the interest in a community bank in this morning's Bully.



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