A group representing LaRue County will be on hand Thursday when the U.S Mint unveils the third in a series of four 2009 Abraham Lincoln bicentennial pennies.
The coin depicting Lincoln's professional life in Illinois will be unveiled Thursday at the Old State Capitol in Springfield, Ill. Community leaders and tourism representatives left Hodgenville on Wednesday to be on hand for the ceremony.
The second coin, representing Lincoln’s years in Indiana, was rolled out May 15. It was preceded by the Feb. 12 presentation of the cabin penny in Hodgenville.
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