Bulletin No 20/17-18 (October 2018)

Hi reader,

Well, strictly speaking, this Bulletin isn't 'Hot off the Press'... Some of it is, but for the most part, it's 'catch up' news. 

All my fault I'm afraid, but that's how it is, unfortunately. Nonetheless, I am excited by the input by our new website contributor Phil Robson and look forward to his assistance on this.

There are still stories I need to catch up on, but at least I've managed to put these seven in the bag!

If you read these and have more to contribute to them, please email me the details and I'll amend the stories.

Best wishes,  
Chris (Membership & PR)

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monami rings the Peace Bell

Monami Rings The World Peace Bell

Our Youth Exchange student from Japan has been in Canberra since July. In the 12 months she is in Canberra, she will be hosted by four families. We do this with all our exchange students, so they get a variety of living experiences while they are here …

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Federal Police sign rotary 90 birthday card at Floriade

Celebrating 90 Years of Rotary in Canberra

11,515 people signed our Rotary birthday card. A new (unofficial) world record for the most signatures on a birthday card. The official record is 5339 fans signatures put on a birthday card for Robert Downey Jr in China for the opening of Iron Man 3 in 2013…

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uc-rotaract-winners

UC Rotaractors Win 3 Awards

Three (four) of The University of Canberra Campus Life Awards were taken out by our favourite Rotaract Club The Rotaract Club of University of Canberra (RCUC) won the UC Community Engagement Award, the award for Social Club of the Year …

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Bush tucker planting

Bush Tucker Garden Planting

Along with Greening Australia, the Rotary Club of Gungahlin and the Rotary Club of Hall took part in setting up a Bush Tucker garden at Holy Spirit Primary school in Nicholls. A group of students planted chocolate lilies (yum), lomandra and some other edible plants …

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Pres Janine hands cards to

Real World Drought Assistance Today

One of the biggest challenges with government drought assistance packages is that they take forever to actually implement. They are also tied up in miles of red tape and require those who really need assistance to spend considerable time and money filling in the …

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banner exchange japan

Monami Exchanges Banners

Every Rotary club is unique, based on its membership, location and the interests of club members. Each has its local customs and traditions, quite aside from those recommended by Rotary internationally. The Rotary Club of Hall is a fairly relaxed club. We have a lot of fun …

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honorary members

Honorary Members

We had so much interest from people wanting to attend our weekly meeting on the 7th of August, that we had to move it from our club rooms to Gold Creek Station. The big drawcard was the appointment of past charter members Tony Howard and Greg Cutbush…

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Market Roster is Updated on the Club Website

The Capital Region Farmers Market Roster.

Check the roster on the club calendar.

Club Calendar

Reminder to check out The Club Calendar upcoming events are on the calendar.

NB: Your timely RSVP by 6:00pm Sunday is appreciated.

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Important Links

2018-19 Board of Directors (to be a link to content on our site)
Club Management Plan (to be a link to 'members only' content)
Strategic Plan (to be a link to 'members only' content)
Funding Guidelines (to be a link to 'members only' content)

• Archive of Rotary Club of Hall Bulletins

• The latest CRFM Stallholder Newsletter

• Don't forget to update your details on the MyRotary website to be eligible for the Rotary rewards program.

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Don't forget the four way test

• Is it the truth

• Is it fair to all concerned?

• Will it build goodwill and better friendships?

• Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

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