FRUIT OF THE EARTH The sculpture Fruit of the Earth by Walter Frankoski was put in place in 2002. Over the years, it has sustained some wear and minor damage. It will be moved back from its present location at Summerland’s municipal hall. (John Arendt/Summerland Review)

Sculpture at Summerland’s municipal hall will be relocated

More sheltered location at site will be used for Fruit of the Earth sculpture

A sculpture in front of Summerland’s municipal hall will be moved to a more sheltered location.

The sculpture, Fruit of the Earth, by Walter Frankoski, was put in place in 2002.

Because it is in an exposed area, the sculpture has had some wear and minor damage over the years.

It will now be moved further back from its current location as landscaping work is planned for the grounds at municipal hall.

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