Pangman native Rosemary Flaaten (nee Sheppard) came to Weyburn with her newest book, "A Woman and Her Workplace: Building Healthy Relationships from 9-5," where she delves into the issue of workplace relationships.
The Weyburn Public Library hosted a reading and book signing event on December 8 for Flaaten. Books were available to purchase at this event and are currently available at Weyburn Pharmasave.
The book discusses workplace relationships between different rolls and genders and guides women towards developing healthy interactions in their workplace.
This is Flaaten's second published book, her first, "A Woman and Her Relationships," was listed as a best seller and won a Canadian Christian Literary award. This book is being used by chaplains in women's prisons in the United States, in churches in Africa and as teaching curriculum in pregnancy care centres across North America.