Stuhr Museum Blacksmith Makes Historical Good Luck Charm for the Nebraska Danger

Grand Island, NE --- Stuhr Museum’s resident Blacksmith, Randy Dack, has hand-crafted a unique lucky charm for the Nebraska Danger locker room and will present it to representatives from the team during a ceremony at 2 p.m., Wednesday, April 13 in front of the Siebler Blacksmith Shop in Railroad Town at Stuhr Museum.

Dack, a familiar face to visitors at Stuhr Museum thanks to his years as a Historic Interpreter and teacher, created 7 inch wide by 8 inch tall horseshoe out of iron once used for historic programming on the grounds. The one-of-a-kind piece, created by hand at a Hall County institution, will hopefully bring good luck to the Danger for many seasons to come.

Several members of the Nebraska Danger team, along with representatives from the Nebraska Danger/Bosselman Inc., will be on hand to accept the good luck charm which will be hung in the Danger locker room. The Danger’s next home game will be at 7:05 p.m. Saturday, April 16 versus the Allen Wranglers.

Stuhr Museum is proud to have been asked to provide this one-of-a-kind piece for the Danger, and equally proud to be part of a community that offers such a rich quality of life to the public.

For more information on Wednesday’s ceremony, contact Stuhr Museum Marketing Director Mike Bockoven at (308) 385-3516 ext. 208 or via e-mail at marketing@stuhrmuseum.org, or Stephanie King-Witt, Director of Marketing, Media and Public Relations for Bosselman Inc. & Danger Football at (308) 385-5501 ext. 144 or via e-mail at stephanie.king-witt@bosselman.com.

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