Keith received the Best Student Award when he graduated from the Brownstown Career and Technology Center (BCTC) on May 29, 1997. He attended BCTC half days for two years while still enrolled at Garden Spot High School. He was in the Basic Occupational Skills Class the first year where he learned a variety of job skills. The second year he was mainstreamed into classes such as construction, masonry, painting and decorating. On June 9, 1997, he graduated from high school.

Presently Keith is working full time at the Shady Maple Cafeteria as a busboy and dishwasher. After driving with a permit for 7 months, he got his driver's license on Dec. 4. Three days before, on Dec. 1, he shot a nine point buck, his first deer! Quite an accomplishment for a 16 year old hunter and what an exciting week. Congratulations Keith, and our best wishes for a successful future as a worker and hunter.


The MSUD Family Support Group is currently funding several research projects and we are proactively looking for researchers interested in developing new treatments or finding a cure for MSUD. Significant funding is necessary if we are to accomplish this goal.
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