Their will be something bigger than football on the minds of the Berea-Midpark Titans on Friday night when they take the field against the North Ridgeville Rangers.
The Berea community will come together Friday in support of young Khole Nida, who tragically passed away Saturday when witnesses say a driver jumped the curb of their driveway, hitting the 8-year-old.
Khole was a cheerleader and third grader who was beloved by not only her family, but the community who Friday will wear teal and blue in her honor.
The high school student section account, as well as official account of the Titans cheerleaders tweeted out to spread the word about wearing teal and blue in honor of Khole at the game Friday at 7pm.
Spread the word… pic.twitter.com/sPKADxwyKX
— The Storm⚡️ (@BMHSStorm) September 9, 2018
We will be releasing balloons at the game on Friday night as well as wearing teal ribbons. This is a unimaginable tragedy we need the family to see and feel our support. #khloenida 💙 PLEASE SHARE! pic.twitter.com/8OBFRDlH64
— BMHS Cheerleading (@titans_cheer) September 9, 2018
THere’s been a Go Fund Me Account set up in Khole’s honor, to help with her memorial & funeral costs. You can click HERE to donate.