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Lilly Schoolhouse Resident Cat & Hostess
Miss Kitty's Bio
Miss Kitty has been at the Lilly Schoolhouse throughout the multi-years, renovation. Miss Kitty did not finish college, but was well connected when she applied for the Resident Cat Hostess position in Lilly. Miss Kitty was hired on the spot, without a resume, or references, much to the shagrin of the local Alley Cats in Lilly who were vying for the coveted position. Miss Kitty knew how to schmooze the restoration crew, and they immediately put in a good word for Miss Kitty's immediate hiring.
Since that time, Miss Kitty has been running the joint, making sure the Lilly Schoolhouse gets in tip top shape for your next event, or our next performance.
Miss Kitty loves the piano, and is often seen on top of the 100 year old Chickering Baby Grand Piano in the auditorium, or in a classroom window. Miss Kitty attends all rehearsals, and if Miss Kitty sits on the piano, or in an auditorium chair, you know you have a winning performance.
Miss Kitty has spearheaded a public awareness campaign to remind everyone to stay home and wash their hands---"paws," during the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic. She is busy writing return letters to everyone who buys her sheet music and writes her about their time at home during COVID-19. Miss Kitty knows a lot of people have had to put off very special things or cancel them in general just to be safe. Miss Kitty knows that "There is Always Tomorrow" for your dreams to come true, but only today to stay home and stay safe.
Miss Kitty has a JAIL!!! The jail was saved from demolition from the City of Lilly to make way for a playground. The jail was used at the turn of the century when the City had a Marshall, and was later used as the official voting precinct for the City of Lilly.
The jail is at the back of the schoolgrounds at the Lilly School Gardens.