Students of the Month

Rotary's Student of the Month program runs August - May every year; for more information, please contact Jill Craig. You may view previous Students of the Month below...


February 2017

Anna Farmer & Shawn Magg

 The Mount Joy Rotary Girl of the Month for February is Anna Farmer, daughter of Dave and Wendy Farmer of Mount Joy. Anna stands out among her peers for her leadership, achievements and successes in the areas of academics and sports. Anna is a member of the National Honor Society (11-12), Math Honor Society (10-12) and Student Council (9-12) and currently serves as President for both National and Math Honor Societies during her senior year. Anna is also an invaluable member and team captain of the girls’ tennis team (9-12), actively involved in the Booster Club (11-12) and enthusiastically serves as a Link Crew Leader (11-12) mentoring underclassmen.

Anna’s volunteer spirit is recognized with her participation in several school and community events such as the Student Council Four Diamonds Mini-THON fundraiser for childhood cancer patients and the Monarch Camp at Camp Swatara for adults with disabilities during the summer.

Outside of school, Anna is involved with her church youth group at LCBC where she participated in the missions trip to the Czech Republic during the summer of 2016. In her spare time, she is employed part-time at Darrenkamp’s Shurfine Market in Mount Joy.

After graduation, Anna’s plans include attending a 4-year university with a focus on becoming an ESL teacher.


The Mount Joy Rotary Boy of the Month for February is Shawn Maag, son of Ron and Tina Maag of Marietta, Pa. Shawn stands out among his peers for his achievements and successes in the areas of academics and volunteerism. Shawn is an active member and participant in various school organizations, such as Student Council (11-12), and National Honor Society (11-12) and serves as a Link Crew Leader (11-12), encouraging and mentoring underclassmen.

Additionally, his extracurricular activities include volunteering for various Student Council, and National Honor Society events including the Four Diamonds Mini-THON fundraiser for childhood cancer patients, the annual Homecoming and Sadie Hawkins Dances and the clean-up project for the Mount Joy Rotary Park. Shawn was selected to represent Donegal High School at the 2016 Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Conference at Messiah College and the Congress of Future Science & Technology Leaders at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell.

In his spare time, Shawn has gained valuable work and life experience employed at the Mount Joy Lions Club Swimming Pool during the summer months.

After graduation, Shawn plans to attend Rochester Institute of Technology as a dual major in the studies of Electrical and Computer Engineering.