BINGHAMTON (WBNG) – A dedication to honor Super Cooper was held Tuesday at the Fenton Free Library.
Cooper Busch loved the library’s story time and events. After his death in May 2018, Cooper’s friend Caleb raised money to create a space at the library called ‘Cooper’s Corner”.
Cooper’s Corner was unveiled today with many of Cooper’s family and friends gathered for story time.
Caleb said that a lemonade stand helped to inspire him to keep Cooper’s memory alive in this way.
Caleb told 12 News, “We worked really hard and I was so happy to start selling lemonade. I was like, why don’t we raise money for Cooper? My mom was like, that sounds like a great idea.”
On top of Caleb’s fundraising efforts, some carpentry students from BOCES lent a helping hand in the construction of Cooper’s Corner.