HAZARD, Ky. (AP) — A town in Kentucky is rallying to help restore an 80-year-old landmark — an oval shaped building that has a domed roof with the neck and head of a goose sticking out the front. Until last week, that is, when the goose was beheaded by strong winds. But community support for the Mother Goose house is pouring in. A Go Fund Me page has raised over $7,000. WYMT-TV reports the Kentucky Heritage Council in Frankfort has pledged to help out. And the Appalachian Apparel Company has created a special T-shirt to raise funds for the restoration.
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