Beverly Miller Dance Scholarship
Beverly Miller and her husband Norman, dedicated their adult lives to making Costume Gallery a household name while serving the dance community for almost 50 years. Bev loved Costume Gallery, and was inspired by the wonderful dancers and teachers she met. She passed away in 1999 after battling breast cancer.
It is very special to her family and colleagues that Beverly’s memory lives on and that she be associated with giving young dancers a helping hand.
Beverly knew firsthand the personal and social values gained by participating in dance programs. As an investment in the future of dance, Costume Gallery has established the Beverly Miller Dance Scholarships, to help young people pursue their dance education.
Congratulations to Cheyenne Watts, from Studio M Danceworks in Selma, NC for winning the grand prize Beverly Miller Scholarship! Cheyenne receives a $1,000 prize to use to further her dance education!
Cheyenne is one of 19 dancers chosen from hundreds of applicants, based, in part, on their 120 word essays and their teacher’s comments. Each winner described their passion for the art, their desire to excel and how they would use the funds to further their dance studies.
Congratulations to our winners and thank you to all the teachers who
encourage these and countless other dedicated dancers every day!
To view all of our winners, click here or visit our Facebook page