“Smile Beautiful” In Memory of KaNisha Flemming Benefit
Friday, March 21 – Sunday, March 23, 2014
Family and friends are holding the first annual benefit at Cheers Bar in Chilton, WI on Friday, March 21 through Sunday, March 23. The benefit will consist of the Chris Aaron Band and Spicy Tie Band on Friday night, with a dodge ball tournament, brat fry, raffles and silent auction on Saturday and Sunday. We will be holding this benefit to help her parents pay for funeral costs, medical bills, and any other bills associated with her passing. Our goal is to also start a recurring scholarship in KaNisha’s name to provide an opportunity for financially disadvantaged students to attend college. I know this is what she would have wanted because I am proud to say I was her aunt and godmother. We are looking for your participation in the benefit. All donations will be used for raffles, silent auction and the general benefit fund. If you are able to contribute, checks can be written to “KaNisha Flemming’s Fund” or raffle/silent auction items can be sent to me at the address below on or before February 28. If it is more convenient, I can come to pick up the items as well.
Thank you, in advance, for your support.
625 Graves Street, Apt. #UPBK
Chilton, WI 53014
“Smile Beautiful” Green Bay Benefit Dinner for Kanisha Flemming
May 3, 2014
3:00pm – 7:00pm
University of Wisconsin – Green Bay Mauthe Center
KaNisha, M.T Flemming, age 22, of Chilton, died on January 12, 2014 following a short battle with Leukemia. KaNisha was a senior at University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, where she was scheduled to graduate this May with a double major in Psychology and Human Development. KaNisha had the intent to graduate in May and pursue a graduate degree with a desire to help troubled teens. While attending UWGB, she was also a member of Circle K, Phi-Kappa-Phi, Psi Chi, the Psychology & Human Development Club, and her name was consistently found on the Dean’s List. There is nothing that can compare to the caring, inspirations and magnetic personality that KaNisha possessed. She lit up a room with her warm, tender smile and showed so much love to her family and friends. She went out of her way to cheer people up; the world was a better place because of the living presence of KaNisha.
Crystal Kempton & Jordan Grapentine
218-730-7225 or 920-209-5090