Pictured here are Betty Lou and Dora Jean, the first residents of the home, in 1938 and again nearly 70 years later in 2008.
The Heminger Travel Lodge in Plymouth, Indiana received a second lease on life thanks to some clever thinking by a local non-profit group called “Turning Point”. The former travel lodge was restored with Transportation Enhancement funds and is now our home for women and children in crisis situations.
The building had been a flop house for the last several decades. An eyesore, turned restored gem.