Amanda Burn’s A-1 Dance Studios held its “First Annual Struttin’ For A Cure,” a dance fashion show, on Sat., Oct. 1, in Covington, to benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Amanda’s daughter, Lily Burns, Preteen Miss Alleghany County and Miss Star Achievement, was the host of the fashion show that she opened with a dance routine with Aiden Dunbar.
The fashion show followed the dance portion of the show that also featured Amanda in a dance routine.
On the fashion runway, Bella Roark, AEM National Preteen, got the show started, and she was followed by Michaela and Kylee Robinson.
Others on the runway were Dreama Tingler, Kimber Nicely, Becca Hall, Brooklynn Workman, Mayah Crawford, Natashia Louisau, Braylee Parr and Ainsley Parr.
Additionally, there were Sonalee Parr, Bella Roark, Audrey Coleman, Kala Depriest, Emmalee Myatt, Makenna Myatt, Analise Hatcher, Becky Rowe, Austin Rowe and Lily who also served as host and narrator of the fashion show.
Funds were raised via donations made by those who attended, and A-1 Studios sold gift items and concessions.
Lily was invited by Nashville Recording Artist Keith Bryant to sing a duet with him during The Virginia Opry’s “Keith Bryant Showcase Show” that followed the fashion show, and he posed for photos with some of the dancers following the show that had been moved from the Jackson River Sports Complex’s River Rock Amphitheatre to A-1 Dance Studios because of Hurricane Ian.