Megan Churchill Campout

April 1st will mark the one-year annivesary death of 15-year-old Megan Churchill.

The Lincoln High student was killed after a car crashed into a tree near 19th and Stockwell.

This weekend family and friends are reuniting to celebrate her life and to help her family.

It was one year ago March 26th, a car driven by 17-year-old Ricky Turco crashed, sending 15-year-old Megan Churchill to the hospital, critically injured.

She died 5 days later.

And even though it's been a year, friends say they are still trying to heal.

March 26th, 2007 is a day, Patience Johnson, will never forget.

Now a year later, family and friends are still coping with the loss.

Photos of Megan line pages of a scrapbook, it's all Patience has left of who she calls her other half, and she's doing everything to keep those memories alive.

And as the healing continues, Megan's family has had a hard time paying medical and burial costs.

Megan still doesn't have a headstone.

To help, a camp out will be held this weekend at a friends house, starting Friday at 4 to honor her life.

Items will be raffled, games will be played, and there will be a slideshow, candelight vigil, and the majority of her family will be there, to celebrate their daughter's life.

They are needing some help with this camp out.

They're asking for either monetary donations or if you have an item that could be raffled off, or even food for them to eat.

You can bring everything to the camp out.

Again all money will cover medical and burial expenses.

The Campout will be held March 28th through 30th at 926 North 8th Street.

If it is possible, they are asking for people to either bring tents, food for a barbecue, and or a donation.