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'Frozen' accompanied by blizzard in Rolling Meadows

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  • Video: Blizzards Before "Frozen"

  • Kids play in the snow Friday night before the showing of the movie "Frozen" in Rolling Meadows.

       Kids play in the snow Friday night before the showing of the movie "Frozen" in Rolling Meadows.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Alaina Rugliancich, 2, of Rolling Meadows was in amazement as she discovered snow on a hot August night in Rolling Meadows.

       Alaina Rugliancich, 2, of Rolling Meadows was in amazement as she discovered snow on a hot August night in Rolling Meadows.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Seth Hildebrant, 8, of Palatine plays in the snow Friday night before the outdoor showing of the movie "Frozen" at Meadows Christian Fellowship Church in Rolling Meadows

       Seth Hildebrant, 8, of Palatine plays in the snow Friday night before the outdoor showing of the movie "Frozen" at Meadows Christian Fellowship Church in Rolling Meadows
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report

Meadows Christian Fellowship Church in Rolling Meadows used 8 tons of ice to make "blizzards" every 15 minutes between 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. Friday before showing, appropriately, the movie "Frozen."

Showing an outdoor movie is an annual community event for the church, but this year it added a twist, bringing in Snow Making by Sturm from Lake Geneva, Wis.

"They can make snow (in temperatures) up to 105 degrees," said Laura Celmer, ministry coordinator for the church, at 2401 Kirchoff Road.

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