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Published: 10/31/2013 - Updated: 9 months ago


Port Clinton rallies around ill youth

The Port Clinton community has come together to make the time 13-year-old Devin Kohlman has left very special. Kohlman is battling brain cancer and may not live to see Christmas, so the community helped Christmas come early to him. They also gathered for a pep rally to cheer him Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013, in Waterworks Park in Port Clinton. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Devin Kohlman is dying of brain cancer and may not live long enough to see Christmas. The city of Port Clinton is  coming  together to start the holiday season early for him. Enlarge Devin Kohlman is dying of brain cancer and may not live long enough to see Christmas. The city of Port ...
Alejandro Zapata, friend of the Kohlman Family, talks on his cell phone outside of Devin Kohlman's apartment building Wednesday in Port Clinton. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Alejandro Zapata, friend of the Kohlman Family, talks on his cell phone outside of Devin Kohlman's apartment building Wednesday in ...
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Devin Kohlman's grandmother, Bobbie Araguz, says the boy has exhausted all of his treatment options. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Devin Kohlman's grandmother, Bobbie Araguz, says the boy has exhausted all of his treatment options.
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Adams Street Park is decorated by volunteers for Christmas in honor of Devin Kohlman, 13, who is battling brain cancer. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Adams Street Park is decorated by volunteers for Christmas in honor of Devin Kohlman, 13, who is battling brain cancer.
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Adams Street Park is decorated for Christmas in honor of Devin Kohlman. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Adams Street Park is decorated for Christmas in honor of Devin Kohlman.
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The Port Clinton eighth grade football team attends a pep rally for Devin Kohlman at Waterworks Park in Port Clinton. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The Port Clinton eighth grade football team attends a pep rally for Devin Kohlman at Waterworks Park in Port Clinton.
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Snow created from ice chips and 'welcome home' signs outside Devin Kohlman's apartment are signs of support  from the Port Clinton community. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Snow created from ice chips and 'welcome home' signs outside Devin Kohlman's apartment are signs of support from the Port ...
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The Port Clinton High School marching band performs at a pep rally for  Devin Kohlman at Waterworks Park. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The Port Clinton High School marching band performs at a pep rally for Devin Kohlman at Waterworks Park.
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Devin Kohlman with his mom Alexis Kohlman. Enlarge Devin Kohlman with his mom Alexis Kohlman.
The Port Clinton High School marching band performs at a pep rally for  Devin Kohlman. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The Port Clinton High School marching band performs at a pep rally for Devin Kohlman.
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Port Clinton Mayor Vincent Leone holds up his cell phone with Devin Kohlman on it during a pep rally. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Port Clinton Mayor Vincent Leone holds up his cell phone with Devin Kohlman on it during a pep rally.
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Eighth grade football players and cheerleaders huddle during a pep rally for  Devin Kohlman. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Eighth grade football players and cheerleaders huddle during a pep rally for Devin Kohlman.
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Large crowd gathers at Waterworks Park in Port Clinton for at a pep rally for  Devin Kohlman. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Large crowd gathers at Waterworks Park in Port Clinton for at a pep rally for Devin Kohlman.
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Large crowd gathers at Waterworks Park in Port Clinton for at a pep rally for  Devin Kohlman. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Large crowd gathers at Waterworks Park in Port Clinton for at a pep rally for Devin Kohlman.
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