Superhero cancer fighter


Batman made an appearance Friday night at the Gallia County Relay for Life in Gallipolis City Park. For a $10 donation, people could climb into the Batmobile, which was parked on the First Avenue side of the park, and have their photo taken with the DC Comics superhero. Half the proceeds collected from 7-9 p.m. at the Batmobile were split between Gallia County Relay for Life and Heroes 4 Higher, a group that aims to help children through life’s tough battles by giving them encouragement. Here, Batman helps a small child climb into the Batmobile. To learn more about cancer and resources available to help those who are currently battling or have survived cancer, see Page C2 and read Meigs Health Matters column by Courtney Midkiff, administrator of the Meigs County Health Department.


Batman made an appearance Friday night at the Gallia County Relay for Life in Gallipolis City Park. For a $10 donation, people could climb into the Batmobile, which was parked on the First Avenue side of the park, and have their photo taken with the DC Comics superhero. Half the proceeds collected from 7-9 p.m. at the Batmobile were split between Gallia County Relay for Life and Heroes 4 Higher, a group that aims to help children through life’s tough battles by giving them encouragement. Here, Batman helps a small child climb into the Batmobile. To learn more about cancer and resources available to help those who are currently battling or have survived cancer, see Page C2 and read Meigs Health Matters column by Courtney Midkiff, administrator of the Meigs County Health Department.

Batman made an appearance Friday night at the Gallia County Relay for Life in Gallipolis City Park. For a $10 donation, people could climb into the Batmobile, which was parked on the First Avenue side of the park, and have their photo taken with the DC Comics superhero. Half the proceeds collected from 7-9 p.m. at the Batmobile were split between Gallia County Relay for Life and Heroes 4 Higher, a group that aims to help children through life’s tough battles by giving them encouragement. Here, Batman helps a small child climb into the Batmobile. To learn more about cancer and resources available to help those who are currently battling or have survived cancer, see Page C2 and read Meigs Health Matters column by Courtney Midkiff, administrator of the Meigs County Health Department.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_BatmanRelay.jpgBatman made an appearance Friday night at the Gallia County Relay for Life in Gallipolis City Park. For a $10 donation, people could climb into the Batmobile, which was parked on the First Avenue side of the park, and have their photo taken with the DC Comics superhero. Half the proceeds collected from 7-9 p.m. at the Batmobile were split between Gallia County Relay for Life and Heroes 4 Higher, a group that aims to help children through life’s tough battles by giving them encouragement. Here, Batman helps a small child climb into the Batmobile. To learn more about cancer and resources available to help those who are currently battling or have survived cancer, see Page C2 and read Meigs Health Matters column by Courtney Midkiff, administrator of the Meigs County Health Department.
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