FREMONT – Kaylie Bachmann graduated from Schuyler High School just ten days ago. She played basketball and softball, participated in the school’s One Act theatrical competitions, and was a member of the National Honors Society. Kaylie planned to join the Air Force after high school. Then, a medical diagnosis changed her life completely.
Kaylie, just 18 years old, was recently diagnosed with stage 5 kidney disease in March and is currently in need of a kidney transplant. Her parents, Corey and April, are currently in a difficult time financially, as Corey just had back surgery in March and cannot return to work yet. Kaylie is one of six children in the Elliott family.
The Fremont Eagles Club stepped up to show their support with a benefit coming up on Saturday, June 23rd. The public is invited to come out and support Kaylie and her family.
Saturday, June 23rd
Fremont Eagles Club
649 N Main St.
Fremont, NE 68025
UPDATE: The benefit for Kaylie Bachmann has moved to a new date. The benefit will now be held on Saturday, June 23rd. An earlier version of this post listed the original benefit date of Saturday, June 2nd.