HORSHAM Calisthenics College can now easily transport props to competitions thanks to a new trailer.
The college bought the trailer after receiving a $1725 grant from Horsham Apex Club.
Principal coach Kylie Hermans thanked the club for the money.
She said the trailer would be used by all age groups at the college.
“Each section has props and costumes. Prior to having the trailer we had to make them small enough to fit into a car,” she said.
“It was getting difficult to fit it all in.”
Mrs Hermans said the college attended competitions in Melbourne, Warrnambool, Ballarat and Mt Gambier each year.
The college was one of 18 community groups to share almost $25,000 from Horsham Apex Club this year.
Former club president Tim Batchelor said the club had received 42 applications for funding.
The club raises money through monthly paper drives, a spinning wheel at the Horsham Show and Kannamaroo festival and an annual bachelor and spinster charity ball.
“It is always great to be involved in the community and to give back,” Mr Batchelor said.