Kaquatosh speaks at Wild Rose Community Center

Menominee Indian Spiritualist Ray Kaquatosh paid a visit to the Wild Rose Community Center to teach others about his story, tribe, and involvement in World War II and the Korean Conflict on Jan. 30. The 91-year-old Kaquatosh deems himself as the oldest living warrior on the reservation. He graduated from Wausau High School, is educated in law and anthropology, is a certified single engine pilot, and has written the book, “Little Hawk and the Lone Wolf.” This is the second time Kaquatosh has been in Wild Rose for a presentation, having been brought to the area by Patterson Memorial Library Director Kent Barnard pictured with Kaquatosh. 

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