The Club in Brief

The Rotary Club of Hall was chartered on the 18th November 1989 in Rotary District 9710 and remains the only rural Rotary Club in the Australian Capital Territory.

We own and operate the Capital Region Farmers Market at EPIC every Saturday morning.

The Rotary Club of Hall is a vibrant and very active group who use the funds earned from the markets to help support worthwhile community projects at home and in the region through our three service directorates, Community Service, Youth and Vocational and International Service.

The club meets on Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm. If you would like to attend, please contact our Club Service Director

Our Focus

  • Youth Development Programs 50%
  • Community Service Projects 30%
  • International Aid 20%
One Of Our Busiest Meetings

One Of Our Busiest Meetings

What a busy meeting we had on Tuesday night. A vast majority of club members were in attendance, with travellers continuing to return. I wonder how long for though, with the cool temperatures still on the BOM app for the foreseeable future! We welcomed our Japanese...

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Another Paul Harris Fellow Recognised

Another Paul Harris Fellow Recognised

Each time $USD 1,000 is contributed to The Rotary Foundation, a request can be made for an individual to be recognised as a Paul Harris Fellow; that person may be a Rotarian or any member of the community. The Rotary Foundation is Rotary's own charity and Rotary...

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Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes

We have continued to do many great projects this year. We have helped other clubs in other regions to build terrific community projects. We have continued to develop and support our Youth and Vocational Scholarships and we have made significant contributions to...

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Bush Tucker Garden Planting

Bush Tucker Garden Planting

Along with Greening Australia, the Rotary Club of Gungahlin and the Rotary Club of Hall took part in setting up a Bush Tucker garden at Holy Spirit Primary school in Nicholls. A group of students planted chocolate lilies (yum), lomandra and some other edible plants...

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Refugee Week Art Exhibition

Refugee Week Art Exhibition

One of the features of our club meetings is are our guest speakers. In January this year, the club heard from Afghani refugee, Hangama Obaidullah, who came to Australia as a refugee in August 2003. She spoke no English, but applied herself to English language and...

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Collaboration with Rotary Club of Leeton

Collaboration with Rotary Club of Leeton

In 2017 the Rotary Club of Hall and the Rotary Club of Leeton entered into a joint project to upgrade facilities in a park in Leeton. This project is yet another in a growing portfolio of joint Rotary club projects initiated by the Rotary Club of Hall to recognise the...

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Abundant Water Update

Abundant Water Update

The Rotary Club of Hall has been an annual, longtime supporter of the Abundant Water project and recently had a visit from Tristan Skinner, Fieldwork Advisor with Abundant Water. Tristan provided the club with a background understanding of the situation in Timor-Leste...

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New Classrooms in Nepal

New Classrooms in Nepal

Last year the Rotary Club of Hall became involved with the work the 'REACH for Nepal Foundation' which had been established in the wake of the devastating earthquakes in 2015. The foundation's name 'REACH' is an acronym for the objectives of the organisation: Rebuild...

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Helping Operation Cleft in Bangladesh

Helping Operation Cleft in Bangladesh

Operation Cleft is an international Rotary project initiated by the Rotary Club of Box Hill Central in 2005. The program enables life-altering surgical intervention for sufferers of Cleft Palate. Give the Gift of a Smile The Rotary Club of Hall is currently helping...

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Welcome Monami Sasaki

Welcome Monami Sasaki

Our latest Youth Exchange Student, Monami Sasaki from Japan, arrived in Canberra today and was welcomed by a small contingent at Canberra Airport. Monami was greeted by Yvonne, the club's Youth Exchange Counsellor as well as Club President and District 9710 Youth...

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UC Scholarship Awardee Report

UC Scholarship Awardee Report

Two of our University of Canberra (UC) Scholarship Awardees attended the club to give us an update on their progress. Jessica Catlin is now in her fifth and final year of a double degree in Law and Forensics, and Kelsey Drabsch (pictured above) is in her third year of...

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Emma-Lee Graduates

Emma-Lee Graduates

One of our first UC Scholarship recipients, Emma-Lee Knight graduated from the University of New England this year. Emma-Lee attended the University of Canberra for a few years and was awarded a three-year Scholarship by the Rotary Club of Hall. Unfortunately, partway...

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