It was a unique gift among friends.Prissy and Leo Neely, the proud owners of the Roo Car Wash for more than 35 years, decided in the last couple of months that it was time to hang up the high-pressure hoses. So the once iconic business, which supported local athletic teams at both the high school and college level locally, decided to close their facility but not before wondering what would to become of their beloved Roo and Coyote.“It was my husband’s idea to have the Roo and Coyote bay so we did,” Prissy said. “So we had these two characters made to go above the bays.”More than a decade ago, the couple had made silhouettes of a kangaroo and a coyote, each perched over a car wash bay in support of their two favorite teams.She said, however, when it came time to close the business, her husband said the only place that would really appreciate them was the Pizza Place, owned by Roger Grizzard. Grizzard is known as an avid supporter of Weatherford teams.“When we got ready to do this we sat down one evening and asked [Roger], ‘We have something to ask of you - if you’ll do it,’” Leo said. “I said we have a Roo and a Coyote that we don’t want to throw away and I’d like to bring them and put them up [at your restaurant].”Leo said he told Roger that he knew he supports the Roos and Coyotes more than “anyone in town” and that he didn’t want to give them to the schools.“I want to give them to you, after all this is where all of the kids come,” Leo said he told Grizzard.Though he wasn’t able to be in attendance, Grizzard’s son, Tyler, accepted the gift from the Neelys.