Bio: Keller, Mackenzie - Kiwanian (Nov. – 2021)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Keller, Shoup

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/24/2021

Keller Named Junior Kiwanian (November – 2021)

Neillsville High School senior Mackenzie Keller has been chosen Junior Kiwanian of the Month by the Neillsville Kiwanis Club. Submitted Photo

Senior student Mackenzie Keller is serving as the Neillsville Kiwanis Club Junior Kiwanian of the Month for November.

Keller was introduced to the club at its Nov. 8 meeting. She is the daughter of Bob Keller and Ellie Keller. As Junior Kiwanian, Keller has been participating in meetings, experiencing the business and activities of a service club, as well as given members the opportunity to interact with a high-achieving student from their community.

Keller has a long list of activities and accomplishments in high school. She has earned 11 first-place ratings in Solo and Ensemble, been named to the Cloverbelt All-Conference Choir, served as choir president and received academic letters. Additionally, she is in show choir, received a gold medal at State Forensics, and participated in Quiz Bowl, Teen Leadership Council, the Big Buddy program, Spanish Club and Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA). Her sports involvement includes volleyball, track and figure skating.

Keller’s volunteer activities in the community include singing the national anthem at events, operating the church slideshow, singing at nursing homes, hospital auxiliary events and assisting with Smiling for Samuel.

Along with her numerous activities, Keller has worked part-time at Family Roots Hair Salon, and currently is employed at M&M Catering, Schmitty’s On Main and the Neillsville Retirement Community.

Following graduation, she plans to attend UW-Madison with a major in geriatric psychology.

“The Neillsville Kiwanis Club is pleased to have Mackenzie Keller as its Junior Kiwanian, and to highlight the activities and achievements of a highly-motivated young person. We wish her luck in her future endeavors,” wrote Kiwanian Brent Shoup in a press release.



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