The Rotary Club of Dunwoody presented checks to local organizations this month in keeping with its promise to use funds generated by their October race to support education and health in the community. Dunwoody Rotary representatives worked with Georgia Perimeter College’s Dr. Diane White (center), Dean of Allied Health program, to set up a scholarship to help fund a deserving student’s education in the Allied Health program. The $2500 scholarship will be awarded based on financial need, GPA, an essay on how the scholarship will be usedand participation in community volunteering. The student chosen will have completed the core curriculum, and must also be aligned with the Allied Health program. The second check, also for $2500, was presented to Jack Harris, President of Junior Achievement in Georgia, who spoke to the club about today’s students’ need to learn financial and communication skills.