When Tameka Raymond lost her 11-year-old son Kile Glover in a water ski accident last year, she vowed to create a foundation in his memory. The goal of the newly formed Kile’s World Foundation is to “increase water safety and awareness.
Over the weekend, Tameka looked to be in high spirits at the Woodruff Center where she was joined by her two sons with Usher, Naviyd Ely and Usher Raymond V, for the official launch. While recordings of Kile played throughout the event, Tameka also shared that Kile’s World will offer art-based camps with multiple workshops, including general instruction in the areas of acting, singing, dance, painting, illustration, music production and digital media.
Other familiar faces spotted in the crowd were Big Rich Atlanta‘s Sharlinda Parker and Brie Rowe and Bow Wow’s mother Teresa Caldwell. Check out more photos below.