In the news: Zonta Club of Chatham-Kent honors sisters with family legacy of empowering women with Centennial Anniversary Award

The Zonta Club of Chatham-Kent, Canada, District 15, is celebrating its centennial year by presenting awards to a group and an individual to recognize their commitment to empowering women in our community.

The Ursuline sisters of Chatham-Kent received the Zonta International Centennial Community Award at a special Zonta anniversary event 9 Nov. at St. Paul’s Congregational Church. Zonta (Chatham-Kent) President Joyce Reissner and Zonta District 15 Governor Joy Smith from Michigan were on hand to present the award to Ursuline leaders Sr. Sheila McKinley and Sr. Theresa Campeau.

Reissner said the award is well-deserved for the Ursuline Sisters, who have a proven record of empowering women.

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