Birthday fundraiser held for Vegas shooting victim just released from the hospital

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GAMBRILLS, Md. - The Greene Turtle hosted a birthday celebration and fundraiser for Tina Frost, just a day after her family announced she was released from the hospital.

From 11 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. at the restaurant in Gamrbills, 20% of all sales benefited the Kristina Frost Trust Fund.

According to a post on the Tina Tough Facebook page, Tina left John Hopkins in Baltimore on Wednesday and is now at a rehabilitation center for even more intense and focused therapies.

The Arundel High School '08 graduate was one of the hundreds injured in Las Vegas when police say Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd attending a country concert.

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

Before Thanksgiving, Tina underwent her third major surgery to have bone reconstruction done in her forehead and right orbital, which included 3D implants.

The Facebook page said doctors were also able to perform the first procedure for her eye and eyelids and there will be more down the road.

Tina's loved ones in Anne Arundel County have continued to rally around her, holding a number of fundraisers including a "Frostie Brews for a Fast Recovery" at Molloy's Irish Pub back on October 14th.

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

A GoFundMe page continues to climb, raising more than $600,000.

At the Greene Turtle event, Tina's close friends held a silent auction from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and had t-shirts and other items available for purchase that went directly to Tina's trust fund.

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