Kyabram has nine you can choose to support NINE local projects are in the running to receive a piece of the state governments $30 million Pick My Project fund. The Pick My Project initiative gives communities groups the chance to pitch an idea they would like to get off the ground. Grants can range between $20,000 and $200,000, and now it is the communitys turn to have its say. Kyabramites now have the power to vote for the local project they think will benefit the town the most. Voters can visit the Pick My Project website to register and select their local community by searching for their street address or town, or by dropping a pin on the map. I want to congratulate the many community groups who put forward a Pick My Project proposal, I am overwhelmed by some of the fantastic ideas, Member for Northern Victoria Jaclyn Symes said. Some projects have been around for some time but have never been eligible for a grant, whereas there are heaps of brand new ideas get online and check them out. This initiative gives residents the power to vote for a community project that they want to see developed in their towns. Local projects include nominations from Warramunda, Kyabram P-12 College, Lancaster Primary, Kyvalley Tennis, the Kyabram One Town One Voice committee, Kyabram Community Learning Centre, Tongala Primary and the Girgarre Development Group. Voting is open until 5pm, Monday, September 17, 2018. To vote, visit pickmyproject.vic.gov.au and enter Kyabram. Voters must select their top three projects in no particular order. The project with the most votes at September 17 will recieve the grant. See the shortlist of Kyabram and district projects on pages six and seven.