Featuring RHS senior: Georgia Kuehn
Q: What are some of your hobbies and interests?
Some of my favorite hobbies include reading, sports, hunting, watching Netflix, and helping Dad on the farm.
Q: Are you involved in any clubs, organizations or extracurricular activities? If so, what?
I am involved in volleyball, basketball, golf, softball, band, student council, church group, NHS, and FBLA.
Q: Can you tell us a little about your family?
My parents’ names are Randy and Lynette Kuehn. My older brothers are Bryce Barbie, Jared Kuehn, Darren
Mosel, and Matt Hurst. My sisters are Morghan Hurst, Mariah Waters, Meghan Mosel, and Hannah Kuehn.
Hannah also happens to be my twin!
Q: Favorite color? Favorite season?
My favorite color is orange and fall is my favorite season.
Q: What are some "words of wisdom" you live by?
“Walk it off Bell.” -Momma Kuehn
Q: What would the perfect day look like to you? (Describe.)
On my version of a perfect day the weather would be cold and snowy. I’d be snuggled up in front of the fireplace with my favorite blanket reading a good book and drinking hot chocolate.
Q: If you could sit down with anyone from the past or present and have a conversation, who would it be? What kind of conversation would you have?
If I could sit down and have a conversation with anyone from the past or present, I’d want it to be my Grandpa Dick. But we wouldn’t be sitting down and talking, we’d be playing a round of golf.
Q: What is one of your biggest goals in life?
I hope to graduate college and find a career that I love.
Q: What kind of music do you like? What is your all-time favorite song?
When it comes to music, I listen to a little bit of everything. My all-time favorite song is definitely “Love Story” by Taylor Swift.
Q: What sports are you involved in?
I am in basketball, volleyball, golf, and softball.
Q: What do you plan to do after high school? What career are you interested in?
I plan to attend South Dakota State University to pursue a degree in agriculture.
Q: What advice would you give to those just entering their high school years?
Dream big, stay humble, work hard, get involved, be kind, and enjoy the journey because it only happens once.
Q: What are some things you have learned that you will take with you as you graduate high school?
I have developed great organizational and time management skills from having to balance academics, athletics,
organizations, and time spent with friends and family.
Q: What is one of your favorite memories growing up or in high school?
One of my favorite childhood memories happened in early elementary. Because of a blizzard, school was called off. Bryce, my older brother, was still in high school at the time so he was snowed in with Hannah and I. If we weren’t outside riding on his snowmobile or having snowball fights, we were inside playing hide & go seek or watching Disney movies while Mom baked in the kitchen. It was the perfect day.
Q: What have been some of the challenges of high school (or school in general) and how have you overcome them?
Because I am so involved in sports and organizations, finding time to get everything done (like homework) can be really stressful. My ability to stay organized and manage time wisely has helped tremendously. Having a twin sister has also been very beneficial. Hannah has done a great job in keeping me sane.
Q: What do you most look forward to as you finish your last year of high school?
I am most excited about my senior year of sports. This year, both our girls’ basketball and volleyball teams have the potential of having very successful seasons. Senior perks aren’t too bad either!