As her progress continues, friends organize fundraiser for Las Vegas shooting victim

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CROFTON, Md. - The community rallied together again on Saturday to fundraise for Tina Frost.

Tina's close friend, Tara Beavers, organized "Frostie Brews for a Fast Recovery" at Molloy's Irish Pub.

For hours, people came to enter a 50-50 raffle and purchase "Tina Tough" and "Tina Strong" koozies and t-shirts.

"We just want to keep showing support for her and just be those cheerleaders for her on the sidelines," says Beavers. "We couldn't be happier that everyone`s showing the love for her, we just hope and pray that every day she gets better."

Frost was one of the hundreds injured in Las Vegas when police say Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd attending a country concert.

Her loved ones say her boyfriend carried her to a pickup truck and they drove to the hospital.

She was shot in the head above her right eye, and she had to have her eye removed in surgery.

Her family continues to post regular updates on Facebook which all show positive progress.

Frost also had some special visitors including Charles Esten from the show Nashville.

On Saturday, before the fundraiser, they posted that Tina is waking up and took her first steps.

"It’s been tough because Tina is like a daughter to all of us," says Marilyn Winter, a close family friend.

Among the many planned fundraisers, her friends say they organized a Raven's tailgate for the end of the month and her GoFundMe page continues to climb.

"She’s feisty for sure, she’s little, but she’s mighty," says Winter. "She'll make it, she’s going to make it."