ARBOLEDA GRANDE COWBOY CLUB INAUGURATES
TRES VALLES FOUNDATION’S NEW PROJECT
The club’s dining hall was sponsored by funds allocated from the Tres Valles Foundation in 2018.
Among some cuecas and folkloric music, the Arboleda Grande Cowboy Club along with the Entre Ríos de Salamanca Cowboy Club held the inauguration ceremony of the organization’s new building. This facility is designed to be the place where a variety of activities related to Chilean cowboy culture are carried out.
For the construction of the site, the project received a contribution of CLP$ 4,000,000 by the Tres Valles Foundation, which added to the CLP$ 2,300,000 already invested by the community. For Catalina Soto, president of the Arboleda Grande Cowboy Club, the project holds great significance because “we now have a roof over our heads. We still have a long way to go; but we already have the most important thing, which is a space where we can all be together. As our commitment is for this place to be open to all establishments that need it.”
The focal point in executing this project was the combined effort of the community, who created their investment to be a space of meeting and recreation openly accessible to the entire Arboleda community. The project corresponded to the 2018 financing period of the Tres Valles Foundation, and promoted joint collaboration among the establishments that actively work to see their town grow.