Honoring the women's suffrage movement

Honoring the women’s suffrage movement

Ester Golden, center, of The Nest Michigan City, opened her shop to the community Sunday to celebrate International Women’s Day. Attendees were invited to create buttons and sashes honoring the women’s suffrage movement, as well as make protest posters. Golden said each of the art projects could be used again at the local Women’s History Month events scheduled through the end of March. Also in attendance were Deb Chubb, left, and Bonita Schaaf, right, of the Michigan City Commission for Women.

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