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Residents criticize cemetery for concert series, sculpture program

At least a pair of residents are upset at the direction the Campbell County Cemetery District is headed.

Gene and Patricia Bertch showed up to the Campbell County Commission meeting last week to voice their displeasure with the Cemetery District, particularly with its summer concert series and the sculpture walk programs.

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Judy Bayles, left, and Jackie Fridley get a closer look at “Happy Dance” by artist Richard Pankratz at Inspiration Garden during Saturday’s fourth annual Sculpture Walk and Artist Reception at Mount Pisgah Cemetery.

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Attendees mingle around Inspiration Garden during Saturday’s 4th Annual Sculpture Walk and Artist Reception at Mount Pisgah Cemetery.

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Artist Richard Pankratz and wife Linda browse sculptures at Inspiration Garden on Saturday. Pankratz has two pieces in this year’s addition to sculptures in Mount Pisgah Cemetery.

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Attendees mingle around Inspiration Garden during Saturday’s annual Sculpture Walk and Artist Reception at Mount Pisgah Cemetery.

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