Kangazoom Charity Event 6-15-13 {Kile’s World}

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Taking something absolutely tragic and unthinkable is difficult, but Tameka Raymond is doing just that. She is holding a celebration in honor of her son, Kile who died from head injuries sustained in an accident, and she really wants moms (and dads) to come out to a charity event. She launched a new charity, Kamp Kile’s World, and 100% of entry fee into Kangazoom would go to support the Kile’s World foundation.

The farewell fundraiser will support Kamp Kile’s World, founded by celebrity mom Tameka Raymond in honor of her son Kile who lost his life last year from injuries sustained in a jet-ski accident.  Kile was a creative kid who loved the arts. And Kamp Kile’s World is a creative arts camp offering multiple workshops including general instruction in the areas of acting, singing, dance, painting, illustration, music production and digital media.

Kangaroo Kile, the mascot of Kangazoom is going to camp, which means the Alpharetta Kanagazoom location will close so Tameka can focus her energy on  the Kile’s World nonprofit organization and its programs to support the arts.

Come support a fantastic cause, and have a good time, all at the same time before this location closes its doors.  Details below:

Kamp Kile's World

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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