Author: Chris Edwards

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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Display Cabinets for the Hall Museum

Following a Rotary Club visit to the Hall Men’s Shed and the Hall Museum, the club became aware of the need for some glass display cabinets. As luck would have it, one of the club’s members found three ideal cabinets that were...

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ACT Special Olympics

Special Olympics organise regular team sporting activities throughout the year for children with special needs. The Rotary Club of Hall was visited by ACT Special Olympics President Glenn Keys, who introduced the club to the...

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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 […]