Author shares story at breakfast

SHE has been daughter, mother, wife, career woman and writer in a rich life and sharing her journey will be Warwick author Jane Grieve’s role at our International Women’s Day breakfast next month.

The author, who released her first book last year, will be guest speaker at the 12th annual Warwick Zonta Club breakfast on March 5.

Zonta Club president Lois James said the breakfast was an opportunity to celebrate the role women play as mentors and role models for each other along life’s journey.

“It is also a chance for Warwick women to come together and celebrate the work and achievements of other women from our region,” Mrs James said.

“Women play a powerful role shaping the future and lives of other women and it’s important to recognise and celebrate the positives of that experience.”

The International Women’s Day breakfast will be held at the Warwick TAFE College’s Horizons restaurant on March 5 starting from 6.45am.

Mrs James encouraged those interested in attending to organise tickets early with the breakfast traditionally selling out before the event.

Tickets are $20 each and available from Southern Downs Dental on 4661 1364.



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