After facing the devastating loss of her family estate, American actress Jennifer Lawrence has come forward to issue a comment.
The Hunger Games star, talking to People magazine, spoke of the fire that reduced the Kentucky farm of her family to ashes.
“Thankfully, no one was hurt and all the animals were kept safe because of our amazing firefighters and first responders,” she said.
He applied his imaginative mind and fun loving spirit when my brother Blaine took over and expanded a camp that was already the coolest, since it was the only place where kids could do anything they wanted. She went on to say, “A muddy messy paradise.”
“For the wonderful memories of childhood, I’m grateful to Camp Hi Ho. My family and I are working together to help Blaine through this. And we are so grateful for the widespread community support to get Camp Hi Ho back up and running so that this summer we can welcome children back,” she said.
The barn was used by the family for a variety of purposes, such as a haven for children’s events every summer, as well as a living and working place for the Lawrence themselves.
Blaine Lawrence, the actor’s brother, revealed details of the incident to TMZ, claiming that the fire burned down his office space, the family’s separate apartment, horse stalls, children’s riding area, indoor rock wall, a display centre for native wildlife, a garage, an arts and crafts pavilion, and much more.
He also disclosed that he was luckily unharmed by their outdoor sports court, tree fort, pet barn, lake field, archery range, animal pastures and outdoor horse-riding trails and other locations.
Blaine has set up a fundraiser by community grants or a 501(c) to build the farm back up (3).
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