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Outdoor movie helps children

Published: Friday, June 13, 2014 10:21 a.m. CST
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Jeff Krage ñ For Shaw Media People gather for an outdoor movie Thursday at Citizens Park Amphitheater during JourneyCare Movie & A Cause. The fundraiser was to benefit Camp Courage which provides summer day camp to kids grieving the loss of a loved one. Barrington 6/12/14
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Jeff Krage ñ For Shaw Media Imran Rizvi, 10, of Barrington has his face painted during JourneyCare Movie & A Cause held Thursday at Citizens Park Amphitheater. Barrington 6/12/14
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Jeff Krage ñ For Shaw Media People gather for an outdoor movie Thursday at Citizens Park Amphitheater during JourneyCare Movie & A Cause. The fundraiser was to benefit Camp Courage which provides summer day camp to kids grieving the loss of a loved one. Barrington 6/12/14
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Jeff Krage ñ For Shaw Media People buy concessions from SweetSpot during JourneyCare Movie & A Cause held Thursday at Citizens Park Amphitheater. Barrington 6/12/14

BARRINGTON – Movie & A Cause, an outdoor movie in the park fundraiser, was held at the Citizens Park Amphitheater in Barrington June 12.

The JourneyCare Youth Advisory Board presented the film "Night at the Museum," which was family friendly and rated PG. The show began at dusk. Concessions were on-site and provided by the local candy shop, SweetSpot.

A suggested donated of $5 was requested for attendance. Proceeds were donated to JourneyCare's Camp Courage, which is now in its 20th year of providing a summer day camp to children who are grieving the loss of a loved one.

The show ended around 10 p.m.

JourneyCare, established in 1982, provides end-of-life care and pain and symptom management to thousands of patients and families in McHenry, Lake, Cook, DuPage, Kane, Boone, Will, Winnebago, DeKalb and Kendall Counties each year – regardless of their ability to pay.

Visit www.journeycare.org for information.

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