The Marshall County Museum in downtown Plymouth will host their monthly Brown Bag Lunch Event this Friday, May 12th at noon.
The speaker for this month’s program is Jeff Blair, President of the Indiana Lincoln Highway Association. His presentation will discuss the significance of the Lincoln Highway in the history of our state and county. You will hear about his experiences driving and walking the Indiana routes. Learn about the past and look to the future of this enduring example of American ingenuity.
The Lincoln Highway is known as Route 66’s Big Brother. Come have fun with your friends and neighbors at the Brown Bag Lunch on the 2nd Friday of each month.
Bring your lunch this Friday at noon and enjoy an interesting presentation while you eat.