Carrying on in her absence 

This section is dedicated to how we are pushing on without Kayla here to guide us, to cheer us on and to put her own personal energies into helping others. We have taken from her a spirit of giving to those in need. We have done so in a variety of ways.

First of all, Kayla was a CSU Ram fan from the time she was a little girl. Her hope, after graduating from high school, was to go to CSU to become a fRams Logo.jpgamily counselor someday. She was so excited when she was accepted at CSU, the only college she ever wanted to attend, that she was already planning her dorm room's decor when she was killed. It was with her passion for CSU that we set up a scholarship fund in her name. We hope that it will help provide young men and women who carry themselves as Kayla did with some much needed financial assistance allowing them to make their dreams come true.

100_0798.jpgKayla was also a Rocky Mountain Lobo and loved being associated with her school.

She was active in a variety of musical groups and had a wonderful singing voice. Her favorite times in school were being part of musical functions. But what she loved the most was reaching out to those in need, those less fortunate than herself. With that in mind, we have set up a foundation to help those in the broader Poudre School District who have financial needs and who wish to participate in their school's music programs. Our hope is to help them pursue their dreams in music by providing them with some of their specific musical needs.

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3 Hopeful Hearts - A Walk to Remember 2012