Pictured (L-R): Heminger House Director Diane Fisher and Nicole Hicks, Heminger House Manager, and Associates Ken Jamsa, Jeanne Boomershine, and Donna Sikorski.
On Saturday, July 13, The Center at Donaldson sponsored the Concert by the Lake event. Over 300 people enjoyed music by Classic Vinyl. The concert was free, however, the Associate Community of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ had snack items available for purchase. The Associates donated the proceeds of the snack sales to the Heminger House, a women and children’s shelter in Plymouth. It is the Poor Handmaid mission to stand with the poor and powerless in search for justice and this is just one example of fulfilling that mission. Thanks to all who purchased snacks at the concert to help make this contribution to Heminger House possible.
Visit www.TheCenteratDonaldson.org to learn more about The Center at Donaldson, sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ.