Cheyanne Warren was crowned Miss Sno-Eagle 2020-2021 at the October Sno-Eagles membership meeting.  Cheyanne is a graduate of Northland Pines High School and is presently a sophomore at UW Green Bay majoring in communication.

During her freshman year in college, Cheyanne was a cheerleader for the Green Bay Packers and UW Green Bay.  She had the opportunity to cheer at every Packer home game and one playoff game.

Cheyanne was raised in a snowmobiling family and has been riding snowmobiles since she was 5 years old.  In 2017 she was a Derby Princess, and in 2018-2019 she was Miss Sno-Eagle.  Since then she has been an active member of the Sno-Eagles participating in numerous events and sharing her passion for snowmobiling.

Her love of snowmobiling and desire to stimulate interest in snowmobiling motivated Cheyanne to establish a youth snowmobile group in Vilas County.  Early in 2020 she presented her idea to the Sno-Eagles and the Vilas County Snowmobile Alliance gaining their support.  The Vilas County Snowmobile Youth Group was formed earlier this year and Cheyanne serves as coordinator and advisor.

Cheyanne commented  “I’m extremely excited to be able to represent the Sno-Eagles again this year.  It’s such an honor to be chosen again.  I can’t wait to share my love of snowmobiling with the community.  I love being able to help the sport grow in the northwoods”.

As Miss Sno-Eagle, Cheyanne will represent the Sno-Eagles at events throughout 2020-2021 some of which include the World Championship Snowmobile Derby, Badger State Games Torch Ride,  Derby Vintage Weekend, snowmobile safety class, Groom to Ride Raffle, the 4th of July Parade, and membership meetings.

Cheyanne is featured on the Sno-Eagles 2020-2021 trail map cover.

A $500 scholarship donated by Boat S’Port and a $500 scholarship donated by Best Western Eagle River will be awarded upon completion of Miss Sno-Eagle responsibilities.  In addition, she will receive a custom embroidered snowmobile suit donated by Klim.  Hair and make-up for the trail map photo was donated by Northern Lights Salon.  TJ Gaffney Photography donated the map cover photo shoot.