Robeline announces 2016 Festival Queen


Kelsy Elkins was announced as the 2016 Miss Robeline Heritage Festival Queen.
She is the daughter of Conan and Yetta and she was born and raised in the Robeline~Marthaville community. She’s a junior at Natchitoches Central High School this year. Kelsy performed as the Sugar Plum Fairy in Sabine Theater’s adaptation of The Nutcracker in 2014. Her dance studio, Dazzle Dance Center, has attended numerous competitions where Kelsy competed solo and on a team, winning awards in various states. A few of her solo awards include:

*2015 Showstoppers Mid America Finals in Galveston, Tx: 1st Overall National Champ for “Swagger Jagger” in solo and jazz division.

*NYLA Dance Competition: High Triple Gold for “Fever” in solo, jazz and senior division.

*KAR Dance Competition: Elite Top 1st, 1st in Division, and 2nd Overall for “Fever” in solo, senior, and jazz division.

*2016 KAR National Finals in Biloxi, Ms: Qualified for Grand National Champ for “Go Hard” in the hip hop division.

The Festival Committee is excited and proud to have Kelsie representing her small town heritage with a beautiful smile and a dedicated heart.