SALEM TOWNSHIP — Mt. Abram High School has announced that this year’s Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen is Jennifer Rowland, daughter of Michael and Cheryl Rowland of Wyman Township.
The DAR Good Citizen Program is sponsored by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution and locally by the Colonial Daughters Chapter, which is in Farmington. Jenie exemplifies the qualities of a DAR Good Citizen, which are dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. She also has had an active high school career, which includes academic excellence while participating in seasonal sports and high school organizations as well as volunteering and participating in community activities.
Throughout her years at Mt. Abram High School, Jenie has been a member of the Girls’ Book Club, the Math Team and the Mt. Abram Regional High School National Honor Society. In the local communities she has been a coach and volunteer for the Special Olympics, as well as a volunteer for the following: Western Mountains Youth Soccer Association, Sugarloaf Marathon, Carrabassett Valley Canned Food Drive and an usher and concessions stand volunteer at the Theater at Monmouth.
In the athletic arena Jenie has played soccer all four years of high school (being co-captain of the varsity team for two years) and has played softball for three years. During the winter terms of her high school career she has attended Carrabassett Valley Academy where she has been a member of the alpine ski team.
Academically Jenie has received awards for having the highest GPA in both geometry and biology. As a sophomore she was the recipient of the English/Biology Bioethics Debate Award. During all four years of high school she has received high honors on the Mt. Abram High School Honor Roll.