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You can now buy a bobblehead of 'ASL Queen' Virginia Moore, Gov. Beshear's sign language interpreter

Posted at 7:53 AM, May 15, 2020

The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled their newest bobblehead -- and it honors a key figure from Governor Andy Beshear's administration.

Kentucky Colonel Virginia Moore has been an ASL interpreter for the governor's daily coronavirus briefings since the pandemic reached our state.

Due to her important work, she has captured the hearts of many adoring Kentuckians.

Now, fans can purchase a bobblehead of "the Queen of ASL" on the Hall of Fame's website. You can also get a bobblehead of Gov. Beshear, which was released earlier this month.

Not only will her head move, but her hands will bobble as well.

Bobbleheads cost $25 each plus a flat-rate shipping charge of $8 per order and will ship in August.

$5 from every Virginia Moore Bobblehead sold will go to the Kentucky School for the Deaf Charitable Foundation to purchase clear masks for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students and teachers.