Author: Chris Edwards

Freshwater Research Opportunities

The Rotary Club of Hall sponsored another student to attend the Rotary Darling School of  Freshwater Research (RMDSFR) in 2012. This purpose of this program is to enable students who live in the areas of the Murray-Darling Basin...

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Supporting Future Leaders

The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) began in Australia in the 1950s and is now run by Rotary throughout the world. Thousands of young people become RYLA graduates every year. RYLA graduates are our future leaders....

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Hall to the Rescue for AIM

The Achieving Independence and Mobility (AIM) program at Cranleigh School is unique in our part of the world. In 2011 Cranleigh School started the AIM program as a pilot to better meet the needs of students with complex needs....

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Meeting Times

Due to COVID-19 the club now meets fortnightly for face-to-face club meeting. See the Calendar for details.

We continue to operate the Capital Region Farmers Market with risk-management modifications.

If you’d like to attend our club meetings, please contact Club Service Director Chris Edwards 0424 145 363 or President Vicki Coleman 0439 412 826‬

RSS From Our Farmers Market

  • Farmer in Focus: Brad from Laurel Hill Blueberry Farm
    Around 100 years ago, long before Brad Weintraub moved to the area, locals would flock to an old country pub that stood on the property which is now host to Laurel Hill Berry Farm. At the time, the pub was known to draw over 200 patrons, mainly workers from the neighbouring timber mill which predominantly […]
  • What’s in Season: Summery Figs
    Figs are a summertime favourite for many people. They possess a unique flavour that is naturally sweet, and their soft and chewy texture strangely works perfectly with their crunchy, edible seeds. As figs perish relatively quickly, figs have often been preserved or dried throughout history. Not only are these little pockets of flavour incredibly tasty […]