Jennifer Lawrence’s family summer camp destroyed by fire


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Tragedy struck Jennifer Lawrence’s family’s summer camp over the weekend.
A fire burned down much of Camp Hi-Ho in Simpsonville, Kentucky on Friday. The barn, which housed activities, workspace and housing, was the hardest hit.

The brother of “Hunger Games” actress Blaine Lawrence sent an email to parents of former campers where he gave details of what had been lost and asked for help. TMZ.

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Stalls and indoor riding area, rock face, native wildlife center, farm equipment, new nursing station, arts and crafts area, offices, and separate apartment all have been destroyed.

Fortunately, no one was injured and the outdoor spaces are all still intact, such as campsites, trees and animal pastures.

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Blaine has promised families he hopes to be up and running again by the summer of 2021, but has started a fundraiser to help make that possible.

Authorities are investigating the cause of the fire.

ET Canada has reached out to Jennifer’s representative for comment.


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