If you knew Kelsey, you knew she loved to dance. Attending lessons at the age of two years old, she enjoyed Ballet, Tap and Jazz. She attended the Enterline’s Dance Studio in Mifflinburg, with Alicia Little as her instructor. Alicia and Kelsey shared a very special relationship. Kelsey received the Perfect Attendance Award for all subjects, two years in a row. She was very dedicated to dance. When she attended Camp Dost, a Pediatric Cancer Camp, she would perform a ballet act for Talent Night. She was proud of her accomplishments in dance. Kelsey performed with the Williamsport Civic Ballet under the instruction of Tom Enterline. She played three parts in the Nutcracker, for two years. Again, she dedicated many hours to practice. After Kelsey passed away, Enterline’s Dance Studio, created a Memorial Award in honor of Kelsey. This award is presented annually, at the spring recital, to the student that has these characteristics; great attendance, attitude and performance. The student must take all three subjects, Ballet, Tap, and Jazz. This award is to represent characteristics that Kelsey portrayed. Thank you to Alicia Little, for keeping Kelsey’s spirit alive.