Friday, August 21, 2015

Behind the Scenes at the NSAA: Unsung Heroes

Throughout "Snowmageddon" 2015 and right up to the present day, the members of House Committee  of the North Shore Arts Association have been hard at work, spending countless hours on the repair and maintenance of the NSAA's beloved home since 1923, the Thomas E. Reed building, an iconic waterfront warehouse built c.1900, on Wonson's Wharf in Gloucester's Inner Harbor.
As an Association, there are so many people who deserve our thanks; whose hours of volunteer work make it possible to open our doors to the public with the arrival of Spring exhibition season.
Among those, two of most devoted workers are John Strohmeier and Rob Sibelle, who are always to be found on site, tending to the building's most urgent needs.
Just one of the many jobs they tackled, was the rehabbing and installation of the street sign at the entrance to Pirates Lane, ensuring that the NSAA's presence is more visible and which also allows for the use of promotional signage for exhibitions etc.
We hope you'll take advantage of the Artists Annual Meeting on Sunday, August 23rd, to meet John and Rob and say "thank you" to them for their efforts.  Join a committee and become a part of the change you want to see! See you on Sunday!

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