Scott joined The Lambs in 1992 and has served on our Council for many years. He was elected Boy in 2013, and became a Life Member in 2014. Scott has served The Lambs in many capacities, most recently as our Admissions Chair and as a respected financial advisor. Professionally, Scott has acted in film, theater and as a voice over artist; a member of Actors Equity and SAG-AFTRA since 1992. Scott loved his private clubs – his extended family – and among them include The Lambs, The Players ( a life member), The Amateur Comedy Club (a past president), The Yale Club of NY (where he served as president), The Episcopal Actors Guild (where he served as treasurer and a life member), and The Dutch Treat Club.
He will truly be missed. We invite you to read Scott’s fuller biography on his roster page by CLICKING HERE.
Recently The Lambs was asked to be part of the New York Public Library Time Square Oral History Project. Interviewed in our clubhouse by Alex Kelly were Shepherd Marc Baron, Lambs Council member leslie Shreve, and John Fanning, the general manager of The Lambs Club Restaurant located at the site of our old clubhouse on 44th Street. (Please note the only connection between the historic Lambs and the 44th Street restaurant is the address, which was the 13th location of The Lambs from 1905-1975.) The afternoon include a tour of The Lambs, and brief talks about the many historical paintings on our walls.
The Lambs welcomes its newest member, Christiana Cunningham-Adams (sponsored by Lamb Sarah Ann Rodgers).
Christy is a well respected master of fine arts painting conservation. Among her work includes restoration of murals in the US Capitol and in the US Dept of Justice, and work for the Ellis Island Foundation. Christy has generously offered to work on paintings hanging in The Lambs (all the art and archives hanging on our walls are the property of our Lambs Foundation).
Although based in Washington, Christy frequently visits New York and will work on paintings as her schedule allows. She will set-up “shop” in the smallest rehearsal space, known as the card room. On the days of restoration/conservation the room will be locked and taken off the web site reservation system. To avoid ‘panic’ a sign will be posted in an empty space when a painting has been removed for work.
Please welcome Christy, and join us in giving our thanks for this tremendous contribution to our club. Read more about Ms. Cunningham-Adams at her web site: http://www.cunningham-adams.com/