Author: Chris

Support for Cancer Clinic Trials in Orange

The Rotary Club of Hall established the Capital Region Farmers’ Market (CRFM) in Canberra in 2003. It has been extremely well supported by the Canberra community and many dedicated stallholders producing an extensive range of regional produce. To acknowledge the tremendous support of our regional producers and stallholders, the Rotary Club of Hall has maintained a policy of returning funds to districts from where our stallholders are drawn. The Rotary Club of Hall has helped fund hospital facilities in Grenfell, Young and Batlow. The Club has helped with the lighting of youth sports’ oval in Crookwell. The Club has...

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Life is a Boomerang

President Yvonne Robson presented a cheque for $6,500 to Bill Bashford & Brad Moggeridge at our Capital Region Farmer’s Market on Saturday morning 22 July for their ongoing community support programs that focus on indigenous families in the Canberra Region; both in schools and other indigenous activities building resilience and trust through youth and adult mentors. Bill Bashford of SOLIDS stated a line from a Ngunnawal Primary School song; ‘Life’s a Boomerang, what you give comes back to you!’ He offered ‘massive thanks’ to the Rotary Club of Hall who kindly donated support to the SOLIDS Sista’s & Brotha’s...

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Helping Operation Cleft in Bangladesh

Operation Cleft is an international Rotary project initiated by the Rotary Club of Box Hill Central in 2005. The program enables life-altering surgical intervention for sufferers of Cleft Palate. Give the Gift of a Smile The Rotary Club of Hall is currently helping Operation Cleft by funding cleft palate and hare-lip operations for ten Bangladeshi children at a cost of $300 each. Cleft palates left untreated lead to feeding and speech problems in particular, and the earlier they are treated the better the results for the children. After the pain of surgery, Operation Cleft has now brought a total...

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$690,000 in Donations Cap Off A Great Year

The temperature outside might have been heading toward record lows, but inside the 2017 Changeover Dinner for the Rotary Club of Hall on the June 27, the renowned warmth of the Hall community was well and truly on show for all to see. With over 80 members and guests in attendance, some of Canberra’s most worthy charities received donations from Rotary Club of Hall totalling $690,000. Pictured above; Cure Brain Cancer representatives Sarah Mamalmai and Amanda Fintan were visibly shocked to receive a donation of $50,000 presented by outgoing President Paul Tyrrell. Also announced on the night were donations...

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Rotaract Preconvention Atlanta

“I just wanted to once again thank you for your sponsorship support assisting me in funding my trip to Atlanta and the Rotaract Preconvention. In short: amazing, fantastic, phenomenal!” stated UC Rotaractor Andrew Anthony. “Not only was I able to meet new Rotaractors and Rotarians from around the world, but I was able to rekindle friendships and connections with Rotaractors that I have not seen in many years (such as my beautiful friend Maggie whom I had the pleasure of meeting at International RYLA in 2014). These are the friendships and connections which truly make me feel the warmth...

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Meeting Times

Our home venue is in our Club Rooms on the grounds of the old Hall Primary School, ACT.

The club meets on Tuesday evening at 6:30pm for 7pm. Don’t forget to check the Calendar in case we are having an ‘away meeting’.

For further information, please contact Barbara on 0419 477 959

President Yvonne Robson 0419 148 948

RSS From Our Farmers Market

  • Steamed fish
    Ingredients 1 x 600gm Whole white fish 1 Piece root Ginger (25grams Approx) 2 Whole Bullet Chillies 10gm Lemongrass 5 Kafir Lime leaves 2 Small Limes 50ml White wine 50ml Light Soy sauce Baby Spinach and broccolini Sea Salt Aluminium foil Silicone paper (Glad Bake) Instructions Scale and gut the Bream removing gills and cut […]
  • Pumpkin and Pistachio Ravioli
    Pasta 1 kg hard flour 10 eggs 1 tsp Salt Cold water Instructions Sift flour, forming it into a volcano shaped mound with a well in the centre. Break the eggs into this and add the salt. Incorporate the eggs into the flour gradually drawing the flour into the eggs until it forms a coarse […]