GOT Art welcomes Martin City Melodrama to downtown Lee's Summit
Photo/Article/ Kathy Smith, LSTribune Society Editor
Bob and Linda Netterville take time out to sample some of the delicious food supplied by Henry’s Tea Room at a reception for the Martin City Melodrama. The Nettervilles’ supplied their gallery, GOT Art, for the reception. Got Art is located on 18 SW Third St.
The event was a blast, but then again who wouldn’t have fun with Martin City Melodrama? Jeanne Beechwood who is the founder of the group is an amazing person who has more energy than anyone I know.
There were lots of folks who came to the event. As with all great events there were many good folks who were responsible for making things happen. Hats off the Henry’s Tea Room who supplied the delicious food. The presentation of the delectable morsels was elegant. Charla Henry who is the owner of Henry’s Antiques and Tea Room is one classy lady and it shows in her antique business and the wonderful tea room. The space for the event was GOT Art, the brain child of Bob and Linda Netterville, long time downtown supporters.
Martin City Melodrama continues on their journey towards their new permanent home at Arnold Hall. They are hoping for their first performance to happen in December of 2010. It can’t come soon enough for