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 what their local Rotary Club has been up to.
When we sat down and drafted a list of activities it wasn’t long before we realised that there was no way it would all fit on four A4 pages, so we left out all the social activities, the guest speakers, the trips, the parties etc and simply focused on an overview of the main service projects the club has worked on.
It isn’t that this has been a particularly busy year. It is just that we’ve never thought to sit down and try and summarise the years activities on four pages for our local community.
Download a copy of the four pages (pdf 1.6Mb)