On a crusade to beat cancer


They came out of their homes, they left the ball fields, they lined the streets to cheer on Holdyn Keefer on Sunday. The six-year old who has been battling cancer, was escorted through Point Pleasant by none other than Batman in the Batmobile, pictured here. Batman, who has visited often with Holdyn while he’s been in Hoops Family Children’s Hospital at Cabell Huntington Hospital, retired his current cape and gave it to Holydn to defeat cancer. No worries, Gotham, Batman has a new cape, and Holdyn joined friends at a fundraiser at The Lighthouse Pub and Grill following his parade.


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They came out of their homes, they left the ball fields, they lined the streets to cheer on Holdyn Keefer on Sunday. The six-year old who has been battling cancer, was escorted through Point Pleasant by none other than Batman in the Batmobile, pictured here. Batman, who has visited often with Holdyn while he’s been in Hoops Family Children’s Hospital at Cabell Huntington Hospital, retired his current cape and gave it to Holydn to defeat cancer. No worries, Gotham, Batman has a new cape, and Holdyn joined friends at a fundraiser at The Lighthouse Pub and Grill following his parade.

They came out of their homes, they left the ball fields, they lined the streets to cheer on Holdyn Keefer on Sunday. The six-year old who has been battling cancer, was escorted through Point Pleasant by none other than Batman in the Batmobile, pictured here. Batman, who has visited often with Holdyn while he’s been in Hoops Family Children’s Hospital at Cabell Huntington Hospital, retired his current cape and gave it to Holydn to defeat cancer. No worries, Gotham, Batman has a new cape, and Holdyn joined friends at a fundraiser at The Lighthouse Pub and Grill following his parade.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/04/web1_4.25-PPR-Batman.jpgThey came out of their homes, they left the ball fields, they lined the streets to cheer on Holdyn Keefer on Sunday. The six-year old who has been battling cancer, was escorted through Point Pleasant by none other than Batman in the Batmobile, pictured here. Batman, who has visited often with Holdyn while he’s been in Hoops Family Children’s Hospital at Cabell Huntington Hospital, retired his current cape and gave it to Holydn to defeat cancer. No worries, Gotham, Batman has a new cape, and Holdyn joined friends at a fundraiser at The Lighthouse Pub and Grill following his parade. Beth Sergent/Register