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"Batman" visits Huntington Lemonade Stand with Councilman
Thursday, July 31, 2014 - 20:46 HNN Staff
Batman (John Mark Buckland) bought lemonade for 100 kids ! Buckland is well known in Huntington for the Heroes 4 HIgher group that brings inspiration to kid's with deadly illness and speaks to school group's about stopping bullying.