The Club in Brief

The Rotary Club of Hall was chartered on the 18th November 1989 in Rotary District 9710 and remains the only rural Rotary Club in the Australian Capital Territory.

We own and operate the Capital Region Farmers Market at EPIC every Saturday morning.

The Rotary Club of Hall is a vibrant and very active group who use the funds earned from the markets to help support worthwhile community projects at home and in the region through our three service directorates, Community Service, Youth and Vocational and International Service.

The club meets on Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm. If you would like to attend, please contact our Club Service Director

Our Focus

  • Youth Development Programs 50%
  • Community Service Projects 30%
  • International Aid 20%
Remembering Charter Member Jim Rochford

Remembering Charter Member Jim Rochford

Jim Rochford passed away aged 103 on 11th October 2016. (Pictured above on his 100th birthday in Hall) Jim is probably best known in the Hall community for his service on the Progress Association for 32 years. He was responsible for negotiating water to the village in...

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Welcome to the 2016-17 Board

Welcome to the 2016-17 Board

Meet the new 2016-17 Board of the Rotary Club of Hall. Last Tuesday, club members were joined by special guests, partners and friends to celebrate the end of the 2015-16 year at the annual club Changeover Dinner. President John Kenworthy gave brief overview of the...

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Club Meeting at Homeleigh Grove

Club Meeting at Homeleigh Grove

One of our club members is Peter O'Cleary, owner and operator of Homeleigh Grove multi award winning Olive Oil which can be found every Saturday at our Capital Region Farmers Market. It has been a long time since the idea was floated that the club meet at Homeleigh...

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Another Successful BBQ

Another Successful BBQ

Election Day 2 July 2016 was a busy one for the Rotary Club of Hall. As usual we held our Capital Region Farmers Market at EPIC all morning and while this was happening, another team was working the BBQ at Fraser Primary School. And work they did! We started the BBQ...

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Rotaract Park BBQ Shelter Completed

Rotaract Park BBQ Shelter Completed

The Rotaract Park BBQ and shelter that the Rotary Club of Hall contributed to is nearing completion. Set in the bottom corner of the playground, the new covered public BBQ area will provide shade and a place for families to cook and sit to watch the children play. The...

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Musical Mushrooms for Cranleigh School

Musical Mushrooms for Cranleigh School

Having provided significant funding for the Achieving Independence and Mobility (AIM) program at Cranleigh School last year, the Rotary Club of Hall has continued its support with the commissioning of a new sensory playground. A local Canberra instrument maker has...

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Bairo Pite Clinic Donation

Bairo Pite Clinic Donation

Brian Goldstraw just returned from Timor Leste and whilst there, he visited the Bairo Pite Clinic reporting that the donated equipment had just arrived and was very much appreciated. 'On Sunday afternoon, Dr Dan ran the first of his TB and Rheumatic Heart disease...

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Six Weeks in Tanzania

Six Weeks in Tanzania

We had two presentations last night, one from Matthew and Alison Raymond of Limapela School in Zambia and Seb Cox was back again to give us an update on the East Meru Community School in Tanzania. In June and July, Seb Cox travelled to Tanzania for six weeks to...

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Welcome Martta

Welcome Martta

No sooner had we said goodbye to our 2015-16 Youth Exchange Student, Gerardas Merliūnas from Norway, than we picked up our newest Youth Exchange Student from Finland, Martta Arstilla. Martta landed in Canberra but unfortunately her baggage was sent somewhere else!...

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Gerardas Turns 18 At Uluru

Gerardas Turns 18 At Uluru

Our District 9710 Rotary Youth Exchange Students are enjoying their grand Safari and our student Gerardas from Norway had his 18th birthday at Uluru on Tuesday. Happy Birthday from the Rotary Club of Hall. Update 29 April 2016 We finally caught up with Gerardas when...

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Vocational Service Award 2015

Vocational Service Award 2015

Mick Auddino – Auddino’s Produce Auddino’s Produce is one of the longest attending stallholders at the Rotary Club of Hall’s Capital Region Farmers Market and Mick’s cheerful disposition and enthusiasm has greeted thousands of market-goers over many years, rain or...

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