The Pike County Chamber of Commerce hosted a Ribbon Cutting for the Voltage Academy of Dance on Route 231 South on Tuesday morning. The state-of-the-art dance studio was founded by Kelly Sanders of Troy.
House Speaker Dana Sanders expressed her gratitude to Sanders for the confidence shown in the future of the community.
“May this confidence be rewarded with many years of success,” declared the Speaker of the Chamber.
Voltage Academy of Dance is a faith-based dance studio with a heart to strengthen the mind, body and spirit of young performers through weekly dance training, spiritual mentoring and an invigorating atmosphere, Kelly said. Sanders.
A large gathering of city and county officials and community members applauded the efforts of Sanders and the many who fostered his dream and wished him all the best as the dream is now a reality.
“The tension is a five-week miracle and a real blessing,” she told the crowd. “It could not have been done without the blessings of the Lord.
Sanders thanked the many people who believed and supported his vision of a faith-based dance studio with a work environment that “positively shapes the lives of others”.
“I saw, firsthand, how dance is an avenue of the arts that really shapes the lives of people of all ages,” Sanders said.
She and her husband, Stephen, have three daughters, who have been dancing since the age of two.
“Dancing develops confidence, discipline, character, perseverance, a good work ethic and many other positive attributes in children,” Sanders said, adding that his desire, his goal, his mission, is to give provide children with a safe environment to nurture their talents, build their character and lead them to a closer relationship with the Lord.
“At Voltage Academy of Dance, we are dedicated to the performing arts for the city of Troy and look forward to seeing how the Lord will use Voltage for His glory,” said Sanders. “Once again, we thank everyone for making a dream come true.