Casey Robinson Hill and Michelle Robinson lost their youngest sister, Jenna Robinson, in January 2016. Jenna battled epilepsy from a young age. Now, the sisters are using dance to help keep Jenna’s legacy alive.
Casey Robinson Hill and Michelle Robinson lost their youngest sister, Jenna Robinson, in January 2016. Jenna battled epilepsy from a young age. Now, the sisters are using dance to help keep Jenna’s legacy alive. Justin Mitchell jmitchell@sunherald.com
Casey Robinson Hill and Michelle Robinson lost their youngest sister, Jenna Robinson, in January 2016. Jenna battled epilepsy from a young age. Now, the sisters are using dance to help keep Jenna’s legacy alive. Justin Mitchell jmitchell@sunherald.com

A young Gulfport dancer died too soon. But that’s not the end of her story.

November 25, 2017 12:00 AM

UPDATED November 25, 2017 12:00 AM

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