Park owners also made announcement about park's future.
The coin toss will happen at the school's game against Southern Arkansas on Oct. 12.
Kali Hardig is back home after contracting parasitic meningitis while swimming in a Central Arkansas water park, causing her to spend 55 days in the hospital.
The 12-year-old Benton girl is only the third known person to recover from a rare infection caused by brain-eating amoebas.
Reporter Hubert Tate has followed Kali's story since day 1, and has made a special connection with Kali and her family.
Girl fought and beat parasitic meningitis.
Less than two months ago, doctors weren't sure if Kali Hardig would survive after contracting parasitic meningitis.
On Friday, doctors say Kali will get into a therapeutic pool to help with her recovery and overcome her fear of water.
Benton girl sends reporter video message, after the two make a bet.
"Kartwheels for Kali" starts at 5:30 p.m. at Salem Elementary School in Benton.
Matt Mosler does his cartwheel for kali.
The event "Kartwheels for Kali" is coming up on Wednesday, Sept. 4, and passes will be available early at a few locations.
The 12-year-old was all smiles after today's special visit.
Charity event for parasitic meningitis survivor Kali Hardig, 12, of Benton.
Kartwheels for Kali, a movement started right here on KARK is picking up steam.
The woman says she was inspired to plan the event after hearing reporter Hubert Tate announce he would do cartwheels for Kali Hardig, once her feeding tube removed.
Kali Hardig, 12, continues to improve at Arkansas Children's Hospital.
"There is no longer a question of whether she’ll survive and do well, but just how well.”
NBC report includes Florida boy's fight with same infection.
A young boy in Florida is battling a brain-eating illness very similar to the disease being fought by Benton 12-year-old Kali Hardig.
It's another medical milestone for 12-year-old Kali Hardig.
Family members of an Arkansas girl recovering from a rare disease say her condition keeps getting better; at the same time support from the community continues to pour in.
Kali Hardig has been at Arkansas Children's Hospital since July 19th, after getting the brain-eating illness while swimming.
A group of kids is selling bracelets for the family of a Benton girl hospitalized with a rare illness.
Family members of the Arkansas girl recovering from a rare disease say her condition keeps getting better.
Mother doesn't want other people to experience her pain.
The 12-year-old is being treated at Arkansas Children's Hospital.