Newaukeean of the Week

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    Andrew Stigen

    Andrew Stigen. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "The city seems to have removed four of the degrees of separation from everyone and it gives Milwaukee a great community feel."

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    Mackenzie Kliesmet

    Mackenzie Kliesmet. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I love my city. I love watching it take steps forward. Milwaukee is home."

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    Hailey McLaughlin

    Hailey McLaughlin. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I love the energy of Milwaukee."

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    Jack Feria

    Jack Feria. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I love the community I’ve found in Milwaukee."

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    Sam Woods

    Sam Woods. Photo by Alisha Balistreri.

    "People will fight for you here in ways I haven’t seen in other places."

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    Kristine Kelnhofer

    Kristine Kelnhofer. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I think Milwaukee exemplifies Midwestern kindness."

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    Brandon Puczlyowski

    Brandon Puczlyowski. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "No matter what part of the city you explore, there’s always something you didn’t expect waiting in the wings."

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    Christopher R. “Chal” Little

    Christopher R. Little. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I hope this current development boom that we’re experiencing continues for a long time."

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    Kelly Farah

    Kelly Farah. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I live in the Third Ward and love the feel of the neighborhood."

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    Jenna Kashou

    Jenna Kashou. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I get to explore the city and tell the stories of people and places that make it great."

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    Anita Mogaka

    Anita Mogaka. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "Milwaukee is learning to embrace and celebrate its diverse population..."

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    Emily Tau

    Emily Tau. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "My biggest hope is that Milwaukeeans take pride in their city."