Rohdy named Farwell D.A.R. good citizen
Keegan Rohdy has been selected at the Farwell High School DAR Good Citizen for the 2012-13 school year. Keegan is the son of Gary and Amy Rohdy. He is a member of National Honor Society, Winter Track Club, Yearbook, Journalism, and the NYC Fundraising Committee. Athletically, he is a four-year participant in both football and track where he has served as captain.
He is a member of the Farwell Athletic Hall of Fame, holding school records in both football and track. He was selected as a top-ten state finalist for the Wendy’s Heisman Award for his stellar performance in the classroom, on the field, and in the community. A High Honors student, Keegan is dual enrolled through both Mid Michigan Community College and Ferris State University and will graduate with 25 college credits.
Keegan’s favorite community service projects include Project Kids Christmas through Mid-Michigan Community Action Agency, VFW Roadside Clean-up, and CMU/FHS Concessions. He enjoys working Elementary Track and Field and Middle School track meets. Through Advanced Media Productions, he has helped create highlight and promotional videos for Farwell.
The Michilimackinac Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution sponsors the DAR Good Citizen. These students are nominated by the faculty and selected by their peers based on outstanding leadership, dependability, service, and patriotism.
After graduation this spring, Keegan plans to attend college to pursue a degree in Nursing/Radiology and Health Services Administration. Currently, he has narrowed his college choices down to Ferris State University, Mid-Michigan Community College, or Alma College. The Farwell High School administration and staff congratulate Keegan on his achievement.