GREATER MIDLAND COMMUNITY CENTER HIRES NEW GYMNASTICS LEAD AND DANCE LEAD

Greater Midland Community Center is pleased to announce the hiring of Allyssa Rosati as the new Gymnastics Lead and Katherine (Kitty) Drockton as the new Dance Lead.

 Allysa Rosati

Allysa Rosati

 Kathrine (Kitty) Drockton

Kathrine (Kitty) Drockton

Allyssa is thrilled for the opportunity to lead the gymnastics program and teach kids the sport of gymnastics. Originally from Novi, Michigan, she moved to Bay City with her husband 4 years ago and they have a 9-month old daughter, McKinley. Allyssa has been involved with gymnastics for 14 years and cheerleading for 12 years. Having been an athlete in each sport herself, this helps her understand the student’s needs. “Watching the students work hard, master their new skills, then get excited about the sport is amazing to see,” said Allyssa.

Kathrine (Kitty) is from Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan.  At the age of four, she began her dance training in Sault, Canada.  She continued her training at the Academy of Performing Arts then studied at Lake Superior State University, where she received a B.S. in Psychology with a Minor in Dance.  While in college, she was a member of the LSSU Dance Company and served as president for four years.  Kitty has experience teaching and training in many styles of dance including: Cecchetti and Russian style ballet, jazz, tap, pointe, lyrical, modern, and highland dance.  She recently graduated from Central Michigan University with her M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology.  She resides in Auburn and is excited to share her passion for dance with the community. 

Welcome, Allyssa and Kitty to the Greater Midland Community Center family!