A longtime resident of South Dakota, Brooke E. Kuecker stands apart for her strong dedication to setting and obtaining personal goals. A multitalented individual with a wide range of interests, Ms. Kuecker prides herself on maintaining the utmost standards of excellence in every project she undertakes. Participating in bettering the local community means a great deal to her, as well. To this end, she devotes as much time as possible to the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), an organization in which she holds a lifetime membership. Established in 1914, the Ladies Auxiliary to the VFW strives to honor the brave men and women who selflessly sacrificed for their country in the overseas battles of the past. With the assistance of individuals like Brooke Kuecker, the Ladies Auxiliary to the VFW oversees a vast array of programs designed to improve the lives of others. Utilizing its resources to support veterans and their families, to fund cancer research, to advocate for patriotism, and to lobby for legislation affecting war veterans among other initiatives, the Ladies Auxiliary to the VFW depends on the volunteer efforts of Ms. Kuecker and her peers to continue its many community service projects. Following a high school career in which she excelled both academically and socially, Brooke Kuecker enrolled in Lake Area Technical Institute (LATI), a well-regarded institution of higher education located in Watertown, South Dakota. At LATI, Ms. Kuecker fully applied herself to every scholastic challenge she faced, completing her Associate degree in Dental Assisting with a grade point average of 3.5. Ms. Kuecker subsequently accepted a position as a Dental Assistant, honing her clinical technique over the course of 12 months. Currently focusing on obtaining a Bachelor of Arts to complement the Associate degree she already possesses, Brooke Kuecker aims to meet or exceed the level of scholastic performance she reached in previous years.