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updated: 6/27/2014 5:42 PM

KeyLime Cove helps in Gurnee:

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United Way of Lake County and KeyLime Cove Water Park Resort have finished a Community Days promotion this month, raising $83,723 for local programs. During this limited-time promotion, the public was allowed to purchase $25 one-day passes to the Lost Paradise water park, typically exclusive to KeyLime Cove guests. Ticket proceeds benefited United Way and the Gurnee police and fire departments. United Way will receive $41,861, with $20,930 directed to Gurnee police and $20,930 for Gurnee fire. KeyLime Cove will host a reception and presentation of the money at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 1.

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