It wasn't a turkey, but a goat that was attracting all the attention Wednesday at a local elementary school.
Fourth grade teacher Scott Elzey showed a little love Wednesday afternoon to Skunk, a black and white goat.
It was a reward for his students who raised the most money at Warren Elementary for music boosters.
Elzey says the goat tasted bad and smelled even worse, but he says he's glad his unlucky kiss motivated his kids to raise the money.
Later in the afternoon, sixth grade teacher Jim Roberts faced the same feat for his students’ contributions.
As a whole, the school raised $630 for music books and trips.
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