Thursday, August 29, 2013

Support Jennifer's Scholarship at the Band Blast

Good news: the Jennifer Harber Memorial Scholarship is one of 12 Northern Kentucky non-profits participating in an upcoming fundraising event.

The Band of Helping Hands will perform live at The Newport Syndicate on November 1, 2013. The show begins at 7:30 pm, and tickets cost $25 each.

The event will feature G.Miles and the Hitmen, Jamison Road, 3 Sheets, Southern Highway,
and Brad Hatfield Band.

To donate, you must visit THIS SITE, and select our organization from the drop-down menu to ensure the money gets directed to the scholarship. You can also click on the image below to get to the page itself.

Note: there is a typo on the Band of Helping Hands website. So please select the "Jennifer Harper Memorial Scholarship" when making your donation.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

About Jennifer: Carefree from the Beginning

Jennifer Harber was born May 4, 1981, the second child Ed and Beverly Harber. She was the younger sister to Emily Harber Rucker. At the time of her passing, she was a student at Highlands High School in Fort Thomas, Kentucky.

Jen was carefree from the moment she could walk. One favorite memory is the time she and her family went camping in Brookville with a church group. According to Emily, the girls were being changed out of their wet bathing suits in a tent by their mother. Once Bev turned her back, Jen (then age four), took off out of the tent, streaking around the campground as naked as the day she was born ... and loving it.