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Superhero cancer survivors play Batman and Harry Potter
March 31, 2014, 05:00 AM

Tom Jung/San Mateo Daily Journal.

San Bruno was made safe March 22 by the combined efforts of two young superhero cancer survivors during “Batman And Harry Potter Save San Bruno.” Cheering crowds greeted the pair at the San Bruno Senior Center, Capuchino High School and the San Bruno Recreation Center as they battled, and finally caught, Peter “Bruno The Bandit” Johnson. Jim Davis served as Batman’s Chauffeur, Cole Baker as Harry Potter, Nico Castro as Batkid, and Sammy Rantisi as Superman. The event was sponsored by the American Cancer Society and Relay For Life San Bruno, which is scheduled for April 26 and 27 at Capuchino High School in San Bruno.

 

 

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