Bunnings Barbeque:
PE Isobel Caulfield advised that the recent sausage sizzle held at Bunnings in Fountain Gate on Friday 3 May, raised approximately $600 profit.  
She thanked all those who assisted on the day , especially our potential new Club member Heather Armstrong.
Mock Interviews:
PP David Collyer reminded everyone that Mock Interviews are to be held at Nossal High School, on Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 June.
We will be interviewing 204 students over the two days, so he needs at least 10 interviewers per day to cope with the demand.
David expressed his thanks to Ben Hill and Lachlan Hall from the Casey-Cardinia Rotaract Club, who have already registered to assist with the interviews.
Paul Harris Fellows:
PP John Rosenthal advised that the Club has quite a few Paul Harris Fellow (PHF) credits available, so he invited nominations for worthy recipients. 
The nominations may be for people from the external community, or those from within the Club who are considered worthy of a PHF.
To nominate anyone, please complete the PHF nomination form, which is available on the web site and pass it on to the Secretary, David Button, for consideration by the PHF Committee.
Rotary Club of Narre Warren items:
President Bruce Armstrong advised that exchange student Clara will be returning home to Germany early in July.  Therefore, he invited members of the Rotary Club of Berwick to assist with helping her visit the remaining places on her bucket list.
Di Scheepers reported that the Membership Committee met last night and they have prepared a plan to address membership issues.
This plan will be shared with the Club members in due course.
Presentation Balls:
PP Peter Batterham advised that the Berwick College Presentation Balls will be held next week from Tuesday 14 - Thursday 16 May at The Grand in Wantirna.
Peter needs assistance on the three nights, particularly with guest entry and he requested volunteers, adding that their partners are also welcome to attend.
He already has coverage for the Tuesday and Wednesday Balls, but he needs assistance for the Thursday Ball.  If you can assist, please let Peter know.
International Exchange Student Report:
Clara Ruhe advised that she is an exchange student from Germany with the Rotary Club of Narre Warren and has been in Australia for 9 months.  She will be returning home early in July.
She returned from her Australian Safari tour on 27 April.  During the trip she visited Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide, Cooper Pedy, the Gold Coast and Sydney.
The highlight of her trip was scuba diving off the great Barrier Reef and getting so close to the fish.
She stated that some of the things she would still like to see before she goes, are the penguins at Phillip Island and the Museum.  If anyone can help make this happen, please let her know.