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VIDEO: Flash Mob Breaks Out The Moves at Northbrook Days Festival

Flash mob caught on camera; Northbrook native and recent University of Illinois grad is using love of dance to raise money for local youth service organizations.

Part of the crowd at Northbrook Days Saturday suddenly broke into dance, choreographed in a "flash mob" to raise money for a local nonprofit.

Led by Northbrook native Jennifer Eirinberg, the group brought in more than $200 with their energetic performance at the local festival on the Village Green.

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A graduate, Eirinberg has always loved to dance. While a student at the University of Illinois, she started a charitable program called Dance 'N Donate, where students would chip in $1 to participate in dance workout classes.  All proceeds raised through the program were donated to seven charities throughout the Chicagoland area.

Since graduating from college, Eirinberg has continued her charitable efforts--but the nature of the dance has changed a little bit.

Inspired by a flash mob on ABC's The Bachelorette, Eirinberg coordinated and choreographed two flash mobs over the past few weeks.  , where Eirinberg and other flash mob dancers raised $500.  They followed that up with the performance at . 

All funds raised during the flash mobs have been donated to Youth Services of Glenview/Northbrook as well as the . 

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