The Rotary Club of Fairfield was charted on 24th June 1971, with 25 foundation members. Current membership stands at 56, including 12 women. The Fairfield club is a strong supporter of The Rotary Foundation, with 50 members and 6 members of the community, becoming honoured Paul Harris Fellows.
It has a long record of community and international activities including visits and exchanges with Rotarian's and students worldwide. We welcome all those associated with building world understanding and peace.
Our Annual Charity Book Fair takes place in April each year, with the many thousands of dollars raised going to local community projects, youth activities and overseas disaster aid.
Hamilton, with an urban population of 169,000 is New Zealand's largest inland city. It is growing rapidly due to its strategic location in the heart of the fertile Waikato district
which is situated in the centre of the North Island. The region accounts for nearly 40% of the nation's dairy cattle. Dairying, bloodstock, horticulture and associated industries contribute almost 19% of New Zealand's total exports. Hamilton is also close to tourist resorts and has extensive tertiary educational facilities and agriculture research establishments.
This is a painting of the Fairfield Bridge, Hamilton, from an original painting by Past President, Bill Pasonson.
We are one of six Rotary clubs in the city of Hamilton, which is part of District 9930, comprising of 56 clubs situated in the Waikato, Central North Island, Bay of Plenty, East Coast and Hawke's Bay.
Visitors and partners from other clubs are always welcome. Please advise Graham Garden - Ph: 07 853 5077 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org before 10.00am Monday with the details.