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Cheyenne is a junior at Wisconsin Lutheran High School and is involved in track & field, Agents of Change, a community volunteer group affiliated with WLHS. She is also part of the school newspaper and is a part of an international program where she’s a mentee to someone from Ecuador. Also, volunteers in other capacities, including helping out at food banks, picking up trash at local parks and providing a lending hand at her former elementary school doing art projects.
Alannah Jones attends Ronald Reagan High School; she enjoys film and musical theater. She has participated in TAB (Teen Advisory Board) where she helped plan and execute library events for children to attend. Alannah is excited to be a member of the Milwaukee Youth Council and wants to work with her colleagues to change Milwaukee for the better.
The Milwaukee Region blends urban living with Midwest ambiance to create the ideal environment in which to make a living and live your life. Our career opportunities, low commute times, diverse neighborhoods, affordable housing, abundant recreational choices and excellent schools may amaze you at first – but you'll get used to them.
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