TheMarshall County Museum is sponsoring a Brown Bag Event this Friday, April 14, from Noon – 1:00 in the museum at 123 N. Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth.

The adventure of settling in Donaldson was not one-directional – nor did it remain that way. The Atlantic waters brought the first Poor Handmaids to America in 1868. True to the spirit of their Foundress, Saint Katharina Kasper, they moved with the flow of life to make an impact of love on the world. Come and hear the story of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ in Donaldson and beyond.

Sister Germaine Hustedde, PHJCis a member of the American Province of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ. Her religious commitment has taken her to four continents and involved her in such ministries as childcare, teaching at every level through primary, secondary, and college, retreat and counseling ministry, congregational administrative assignments in Germany, and missionary endeavors both in India and Africa. Sister Germaine has a Master of Arts in education administration from Loyola University, Chicago; a Masters in Spirituality and Religion from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh; and a Doctor of Ministry degree from the Graduate Theological Foundation.

Come and hear about the history of Marshall County. Pack your lunch and join the fun!

Tune in to the “What’s Your Opinion Show” Thursday morning right after the 9 a.m. news to hear from the girls from the museum during their monthly segment “Looking Back Moving Forward.”