Author: Chris Edwards

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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Hall Rotary Special Report 2011-12

The Rural Fringe is a community publication that is distributed around the Hall area. We decided to put together a summary of the projects the club has worked on over the last financial year as a way of telling our community...

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Vanuatu Projects

In May this year the Rotary Club of Hall’s Brian Goldstraw joined a team of volunteers from the Rotary Club of Winston Hills to undertake a couple of projects on the island of Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu. The first project...

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Broadband for Seniors

Broadband for Seniors is a regular program that has been supported by Hall Rotary for a number of years and is greatly appreciated by many of the locals. The program provides support for seniors in the use of computers and the...

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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 additional meeting information, please get in touch via the contact page.‬

President Fiona Hamer 0450 754 309

RSS From Our Farmers Market

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    Mmm cheese. Mmm French-style artisan cheese, even better! We have some delicious new cheeses for you direct from Market newcomer, The Peaks Artisan Cheesemakers, and boy are these cheeses good. The Peaks Artisan Cheesemakers are Luke Armstrong and Vanessa Lipscombe, and all their cheeses are handmade from their micro cheese factory located in beautiful Northeast […]
  • NEW: You’ll be Pine-ing over these nuts
    What do you do when you have been growing Italian Stone Pine trees for 19 years? Harvest the pine nuts of course! Paul and his family from Combaining Pine Nuts have recently commenced harvesting these little pale golden gems of goodness – the edible seeds of pine trees. Pine nuts have been eaten in Europe […]