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Museum Set to Take Off with New Grant

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The Loxton Museum of Agricultural Technology has fallen among 36 other organisations across SA to receive the latest in Anzac Day Commemoration Fund grants.

The museum will use its money for the second stage of re-assembling an ex RAAF aircraft hangar which will serve as a display facility for region's progression in rural technology.

Among the other recipients were Ex-Service Organisations, regional and metropolitan councils, RSL sub-branches and schools.

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