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Education Highlighted at Peachtree Corners Rotary Club Meeting

The local club supports our community schools through programs that include the Norcross High School Interact Club, student of the month recognition awards and others.

 

The Peachtree Corners Rotary Club was delighted to have principals and councilors from 11 of the community schools who attended our first meeting of 2012.

One of the primary objectives is our emphasis on education from the local schools though Ambassadorial Scholarships which have given more than 41,000 men and women the opportunity to study abroad.

Our local club puts an emphasis on our neighborhood schools with several programs. A number of our members participate in the mentor program spending time with students after school. The Rotary Club also supports the Interact Club which is a service oriented club.

The Peachtree Corners Rotary Club also highlights local elementary and middle school students through its Student of the Month recognition awards program. Each week we recognize a student from one of our participating schools.

Mary Ellen Fulkus Executive Director of Keep Georgia SAFE was the speaker at the first meeting of the new year. Keep Georgia Safe is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the mission to provide safety education and crime prevention training in Georgia. This is a program that is implemented through the school systems to educate children on safety practices.

Editor's note: The Peachtree Corners Rotary Club is made up of members from the surrounding communities including Norcross and Duluth and meets each Monday at noon in downtown Norcross at the . Visit the club's website for contact information and more details.

Come as a guest and learn more about Rotary. For membership information contact Sam Evans sam@goldenyearsadvisory.com or by phone at 770-828-8303.



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