Jolene Kequahtooway shares her story at International Women’s Society of Moose Jaw dinner
A group of Syrian children sing a song about peace
in the world at the International Women’s Society of
Moose Jaw dinner at St. Andrew’s Church on March 8, 2017.
By Lisa Goudy
Strength and resilience are two things Jolene Kequahtooway knows all too well.
Formerly of Moose Jaw and with current ties to the city still, Kequahtooway was the featured speaker at the International Women’s Society of Moose Jaw’s annual International Women’s Day dinner at St. Andrew’s United Church Wednesday night. The night brought together women from many cultures to share their experiences and to enjoy multicultural food, song and dance.