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  • The Great Lakes Loon's mascot, Lou E. Loon, waits to be announced before running out onto the field at Dow Diamond in Midland, Mich. during the Loons' Opening Day game on April 9.
    Jack Acker, left, of Midland and Lou E. Loon perform push-ups after Lou E. squeezed Acker's biceps at Eastlawn Elementary during the school's PTO Carnival on May 29 in Midland, Mich.. "I didn't think I'd be challenged by a bird to do push-ups," Acker said with a laugh while giving Lou E. a hug.
    Lou E. Loon, left, and his handler, Mackenzie Hopkins, walk down a flight of stairs after meeting with fans in the different suites at Dow Diamond during the Loons' home opener April 9.
    Jay Wenzel of Hemlock takes a photo of Lou E. Loon hugging Dave McCluskey of Merrell during a Loons game on July 20. Throughout a game Lou E.'s will visit people in the suites, sign autographs and lead fans in cheers.
    Lou E. Loon visits with students from Eastlawn Elementary while they wait in line for The ROCK Center for Youth Development's rock climbing wall during the school's PTO Carnival May 29.
    Lou E. Loon, left, rides in the back of Mackenzie Hopkins' car as they drive to Kids 1st Child Development Center to see preschoolers in Midland March 7.
    Lou E. Loon, left, and Rall E. Camel wait to surprise Tracy Fonseca of Wixom Lake when she exits the port-a-pottie before the start of the Great Lakes Loon Pennant Race on opening day of the Loons' 10th season.
    Lou E. Loon waits with members of the Great Lakes Loons to be presented with the Midwest League Championship trophy after defeating the Clinton LumberKings at Dow Diamond September 18. This is the first time in the team’s 10-year history that they won the league title.
    Lou E. Loon prepares to go into one of the suites at Dow Diamond to visit with fans, sign autographs and take photos during a home game Aug. 11.
    Mackenzie Hopkins, left, helps Lou E. Loon get out of his jersey after meeting with Loons fans April 4 at Dow Diamond.
    Lou E. Loon signs the t-shirt of Brandon Williams, 9, of Caseville during a Loons game on July 20.
    Lou E. Loon runs past fans waving the Midwest League Championship flag after the Great Lakes Loons won the championship series at Dow Diamond September 18. This is the first time in the team’s 10-year history that they won the league title.