Gaylord A Statue of Liberty replica in north-central Kansas has been restored after someone used it for target practice.
Marci Penner, executive director of the Inman-based Kansas Sampler Foundation, says the statue stood in a rest area overlooking a valley between the small Smith County towns of Gaylord and unincorporated Harlan.
Boy Scouts erected the statue in the 1950s. After it was damaged, people began sending money from all over and the statue was taken to a body shop for repair.
Concrete-repair work is needed before the statue can be reinstalled.
Caretakers of the site hope to use whatever money is left over from the repairs to plant trees.