Miss Amy Live Life Invitational

Berks Gymnastics is hosting a competition for level 3 - 7 and Xcel athletes in memory of our beloved Miss Amy.
Competition dates are March 23 & 24, 2019.

You can download the Miss Amy Live Life information and registration packet below.  You can also register on Meet Maker.

We lost Miss Amy to her battle with esophageal cancer in October, 2017.

Amy Sue Hatlee, 48, died October 6, 2017 in Cancer Treatment Center of America, Philadelphia after a 2 ½ year courageous battle with esophageal cancer.

Amy was the loving mother to sons Hunter and Trevor, and wife to Matthew S. Hatlee. 

Amy graduated from Governor Mifflin High School in 1987 after an outstanding academic and athletic career that included being an accomplished gymnast, competing at the national level for a chance to make the Olympic team, a 6th place PIAA medal in diving, and a third place PIAA medal for shot put and was inducted into the Governor Mifflin  Hall of Fame September 1, 2017.

She went on to Ithaca College, N.Y., where she returned to gymnastics and was a two-time national champion gymnast, setting three school records, and was a National Champion in 1990 in floor exercise and all-around and was a national runner-up in the balance beam, before graduating in 1991. Amy was inducted into the Ithaca College Hall of Fame in 2004.

Amy also won three individual crowns at the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) meet as well, finishing first in the vault, floor exercise and all-around.
Amy was a gymnastics coach for almost 20 years at Berks Gymnastics, Reading, where she molded and mentored numerous young women.

Amy will most be remembered for her infectious smile and love of life.

She was most grateful for all the love and support that she received from her family, friends and the entire community.

A portion of the meet proceeds will go to Berks County Community Foundation for the benefit of Esophageal Cancer Research.

Mar 25, 2019, 8:11 AM