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472b252737e37WHS Students Alison Thomsen and Ian Hoppe.
WHS Students Alison Thomsen and Ian Hoppe.

Two WHS juniors chosen to serve on State Attorney General's Youth Advisory Council

Thomsen and Hoppe will join 123 others from across Nebraska

Attorney General Jon Bruning has announced that Wahoo High School students Alison Thomsen and Ian Hoppe are among 125 high school juniors and seniors selected from across Nebraska to serve on the Attorney General’s Youth Advisory Council (AGYAC).

The council is designed to involve Nebraska’s youth in the processes of government and law. It also provides a forum for members to express their views by facilitating an open dialogue with the Attorney General.

AGYAC will participate in a series of events at the State Capitol in Lincoln this spring including meetings with members of the executive, legislative and judicial branches. They will also tour the Nebraska State Penitentiary.

For more information, please visit the AGYAC web site.

Two WHS juniors chosen to serve on State Attorney General's Youth Advisory Council

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