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We're really thankful. But it's for Devin. It's not for us.
Then the sound of Santa and an elf, along with several other members of the Lost Riders motorcycle club, came to join the party, which Devin said made him happy, according to the Port Clinton News Herald.
Season's greetings: The celebrations began with a welcome home parade for the teen while Christmas trees and festive lights were put up opposite his bedroom window Festive cheer: It might have been Halloween but in one Ohio town, it was Christmas Arriving in style: Santa's sleigh was not ready so he had to come to town on a motorcycle Elves: The celebrations began with a welcome home parade for the teen while Christmas trees and festive lights were put up opposite his bedroom window Bucket list: Throughout Devin's illness he has been able to do a number of things to help cheer him up aggressive cancer weeks to live decided at 10 o'clock this morning that we wanted to decorate this and make something special Friends of the teen, who has been battling the cancer for year, said he would be thrilled by the community effort.