A United States town has shifted the calendar around so that a terminally ill teenager can celebrate Christmas.
Devin Kohlman, of Port Clinton, Ohio, is battling an aggressive brain cancer but after a year of treatment has been told he is no longer responding to treatment.
The Huffington Post reports that the 13-year-old said he just wanted to spend Christmas with his family and friends.
While surrounding towns were hanging Halloween decorations and going trick-or-treating, Devin's town broke out the red and green.
About 50 volunteers, many of whom Devin has never met, worked to festoon Devin's house with Christmas decorations and released hundreds of balloons into the air.
In addition to granting the dying wish, the town came together on Sunday to give Devin a homecoming parade with hundreds of people as well as fire engines and police cars lining the street.
"When we got over the bay we could see all the police cars, fire trucks, and everything lined up with lights," Devin’s Mom, Alexis, told ABC 13.
"I told him that they were all there for him and his eyes were huge!"