Author: Chris Edwards

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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Three Students to Mogo

This year the Rotary Club of Hall sent three students to Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN), a three day program for 14-17 year old students that is held in Mogo every year in March and November. The aim of RYPEN is to...

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Turning the Lights on in Crookwell

Hall Rotary was recently a catalyst in helping the Crookwell community to raise sufficient funds to install modern lighting at the Crookwell Memorial Oval. The Rotary Club of Crookwell initiated the lighting project but it had...

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Rotary Flicks Trailer for West Wyalong

The Rotary Club of Hall, under the guidance of President Adrienne Moss and Community Service Director Ralph Southwell, set out to assist the rural communities of West Wyalong and surrounding districts – where there is...

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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 every Saturday morning with risk-management modifications.

If you’d like to attend our club meetings, please contact Christine on 0418 267 999.

President, Chris Edwards, is contactable on 0424 145 363

RSS From Our Farmers Market

  • NEW: Coolamon Cheese Co. and Long Paddock Eggs
    We’re excited to welcome another two stallholders into the Capital Region Farmers Market fold this month, with skilled artisan cheese makers, Coolamon Cheese Co. and pastured free range eggs from Long Paddock Eggs. Cheese, glorious cheese! Coolamon Cheese Co. is located in the centre of the idyllic, country village of Coolamon in the heart of […]
  • What’s in Season: Chestnuts and pumpkins and make our delicious soup recipe
    Recipe and Image Credit: Australian Chestnuts August is one of those in-between months. The weather is still very chilly, there’s definitely no doubt about that, yet we are all looking ahead to the promise of spring and what the change of seasons will bring.   Now is definitely a great time to make the most of the last of the winter produce on […]