BELVIDERE, Ill. (WTVO) — A piece of community history is back in Belvidere after years hidden away.
The Native American sculptures known as “Chaos in Camp” are now on display.
They were rededicated earlier this month as part of the Belvidere Park District’s 100th Anniversary.
The pieces were restored by park staff and local sculptor.
Once on display along the shore of the Belvidere Park’s Mill Race, the display has a new location too. You can see them next ti the park’s Lincoln Avenue headquarters.
- ‘Number 24 will never again be worn by a Dallas Maverick,’ owner Mark Cuban says after Kobe Bryant’s death
- Democrats demand Bolton testify at Trump’s impeachment trial
- Bryant’s helicopter flew in fog that grounded other choppers
- College baseball coach, daughter, and wife among 9 Killed in California helicopter crash
- Fans, celebrities react to death of retired NBA legend Kobe Bryant after crash