Jingle Bell Rock for Weston charges Kaley Field

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
Weston, 2 1/2 a half, joined hands for his march into the stadium. The crowd was able to keep tabs on him in his yellow Minion cap.

A 15-vehicle motorcade from police and fire departments brought the Rock family to the Greencastle-Antrim school campus at 11 a.m. Saturday. The Marines led the procession to the middle of Kaley Field, welcoming Weston, his parents and brothers to Jingle Bell "Rock" for Weston.

Weston, 2 1/2 a half, joined hands for his march into the stadium. The crowd was able to keep tabs on him in his yellow Minion cap.

Brother Everett, 5, was the first to burst through a Blue Devil banner. The Rock family was escorted to a seat of honor facing the bleachers.

Snow Queen Elsa of Arendelle, a favorite Disney character for Weston, orchestrated the event, which included performances of high school cheerleaders from Greencastle, Waynesboro and Mercersburg; caroling; and gifts for the Rock family. Baby Fletcher, Becky, Everett, David and Weston snuggled on a heated sofa on a "Frozen" day.

Police officers from multiple agencies in Franklin and Washington counties named Weston an honorary member of law enforcement.

Olaf, from the movie "Frozen", and Santa Claus, were part of the crowd that braved 35-degree temperatures to participate in a special hour-long program for Weston Rock, battling a third round of cancer. He was first diagnosed at 10 months.

The Rock family and supporters took a lap around Kaley Field at the end of Jingle Bell "Rock" for Weston.