HAGERSTOWN, Md. - An independent movie theater in Hagerstown says it will make a donation to help the victims of the deadly movie theater shooting in Colorado where 12 people died.
The Herald-Mail of Hagerstown, Md. reports that Leitersburg Cinemas, a 10-screen theater, will donate $1 of every movie ticket sold on Saturday and Sunday. In addition, the theater plans an additional dollar- for-dollar matching donation of the total ticket sales over the two days.
The theater's donation will be made to the Colorado-based Community First Foundation.
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