A celebration this weekend will honor an East Tennessee teenager who battled cancer and captured headlines worldwide.

Katelyn Norman,14, died back in March of 2013 after a two-year battle with bone cancer. She made it her goal to complete a bucket list-- news of which spread across the world.

Last year, her school held a special prom for her. She couldn't make it because of respiratory problems, so thousands attended a candelight vigil in Campbell County which they called "Light the Night for Katelyn." Her friends also gathered outside the hospital with candles.

Now, one year later, the community will join together again to honor her memory.

The Light The Night for Kate Childhood Cancer Festival is scheduled for Saturday evening. It's taking place at 2530 Jacksboro Pike from 5 to 8 p.m.

Proceeds benefit the Katelyn Norman Childhood Cancer Foundation.

For more information, visit http://www.livelikekate.org/light-the-night-for-kate.html.

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