Nicole Goff

Nancy is the Mossman Caterer and takes particular pride in providing an “artist’s touch” to the Monthly Art Walks and other events. As a former restaurant owner and manager, her philosophy is simple, you eat with all your senses. There is no reason a meal can't be pleasing to the eyes, nose and palate. Nancy provides food that is pleasing to the diverse patrons that attend Art Walk, including Vegetarian and Vegan selections. Nancy is a graduate of Virginia Tech and lives on Little Lake Santa Fe.

Jim moved to Florida from Michigan in 1977.  Living in Homestead, Florida he worked at the South Florida Research Center in Everglades National Park. He lived in Jupiter, Florida until 2018 when he retired to Melrose. Not one to sit still and with befriending Stasia Pieczenik, Jim quickly became involved in the local community, specifically Mossman Hall.  Jim joined the Mossman Hall Board of Directors in April 2020.  His knowledge of buildings and the environment will make him an asset to the future growth of the Mossman Hall community.



Nancy Germano

Kelvin Ordway



Lilibeth Kindle (Betha Bach) is a native of the Philippines and has an extensive experience working as a visual artist, fine artist and a graphic designer. She has over a decade of experience working on big projects in conceptual designing to include creating a 3D moving tableau for Christmas and animatronics in theme parks in Dubai. Other works include mural paintings, prop making, costume design and creations, and production backdrops. Lilibeth also is well versed in sculpture and installation art. Her experience also consists of having worked as a team member for Vernacular Media Network Ministry who's outreach program ministered to tribal groups in the Philippines by creating movies with dialog in the tribe's native language. Lilibeth loves to challenge herself in all forms of art and using her talents to serve her community.


Stephen was born and raised in Denver, CO and landed in the great Melrose community in September of 2019. He is passionate about art, music and community. He is a trumpeter and studied at Denver University Lamont School of Music. From there his entrepreneurial journey began and continues, and now he is excited to help add value to the Melrose Community and Mossman Board of Directors.



Gail Davis is a local Framer and multi-media (but mostly clay) artist. Having received a bachelor degree in fine arts from Auburn University in 1994 and starting a family in Alabama, she moved to the area nearly 15 years ago. She currently enjoys teaching clay classes at Mossman Hall.

Dr. Anita Lenas DNP, FNP, CNM


Dr Lenas joined the board of the Mossman Home Preservation Society in 2021 after being a part of the artist community at Mossman for the past 4 years.  She recently retired from private medical practice where she served the rural communities of Putnam, Alachua and Clay counties for 25 years delivering babies and providing general family practice for residents of our community .  Anita gladly brings her business and organizational experience to assist the work of the board of directors at Mossman Hall.  Additionally, Anita has been a long-standing artist in pottery and ceramics since her university days. Her hope is to help expand and promote the artistic efforts of the artist community members at Mossman Hall as well as working alongside our members to help preserve a wonderful community resource in Melrose, the Mossman Home .

Nicole Goff joined the Mossman team in June, 2018. Along with volunteering on the board of directors, she is the assistant class director, the event coordinator, and does administrative work. She also teaches kids arts 'n crafts classes and runs the monthly poetry open mic.

Amy Stanley is a woman who “Makes Things Happen!” Amy is a wife, mother, entrepreneur and a seasoned business woman. She is proficient in growing edible plants and animal husbandry. Amy is a die-hard patriot who is committed to the Melrose community.

Amy was born in Athens, Georgia and is a Southerner tried and true. She lives in a happy home with her husband, Tommy, and their two children. Both Amy and Tommy love Mossman Hall and are grateful to be part of the community that is Melrose/Mossman.


Kitty Korth


Lilibeth Kindle

Although she moved to Melrose only four years ago, Stasia is very active in local civic organizations and Melrose groups.  After a long career in retail management, Stasia has found a “perfect little town” to live in. The protection of the quaint historical nature of Melrose as well as guarding its precious water have become her mission.  Stasia serves as treasurer of the Mossman Home Preservation Foundation.

Stasia Pieczenik 

Stephen Jones

Enriching the Melrose Community in

teaching and advocating the arts

Amy Stanley

Jim Chapman


Gail Davis

Kitty Korth hit the Melrose “Art Scene” about fifteen years ago. She brought with her an enthusiasm for fine craftsmanship and the ability AND experience to run community galleries and shops. She started her arts management career early, at age eighteen, when she opened her first store in Michigan. Kitty has her own brand of locally crafted jewelry, keepsakes and other Native American inspired decor items. Her influences include Steampunk and the American Southwest. Let’s not forget her special “sayings signs” that are witty and totally giftable. Kitty joined the Mossman Board in 2018 and has made an invaluable contribution to our foundation since day one.

Kelvin Ordway was born in New Hampshire and spent the early part of his adult life working on a dairy farm in Vermont. This experience taught him how to build or fix almost anything. He served our country in the U.S. Navy and then gave 20 years to the National Guard. In addition, Kelvin continued his commitment to community by serving as a volunteer fireman. Some where along the way, Kelvin learned wood-turning and fell in love with this craft. He moved to Florida and became a member artist of Gallery 26. He stayed on as an Artisan member as the Gallery transitioned to Mossman. Kelvin volunteered to become a board member in 2019. Mossman is very grateful for his skills in maintaining our two vintage buildings and his dedication to Art Walk monthly set-ups.