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Huey Cooper Statue

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Huey Cooper was a local legend in the 1960s, a charming man who spent a lot of time on the corner of Acline and Main. His rabbit's foot was said to bring good luck, so he would hold it out to people, allowing them to rub it in hopes of good fortune. No one really knows when he was born, but he sadly passed in 1978. In 2014, Alex Palkovich completed and unveiled his bronze sculpture which shows Huey holding out his rabbits foot. For an extra dose of good luck, look for the slot in his right pocket where you can drop a coin. (Submitted by Anthony Von Plinsky)