HARRODSBURG - Frieda Gebert is a real go-getter. What she saw as a need for a historical structure in Mercer County has evolved into a concert 2 p.m. today by a group she put together called Kentucky Harmony.
The beginnings of the concert stem from Gebert's drive to work.
"For the last two years, as I drive from Mercer to Boyle County, I take the scenic drive along the Salt River, Dry Branch Road," says Gebert. "On that road is the Old Mud Meeting House. ... It's lovely and peaceful, especially the cemetery out back.
"But the Harrodsburg Historical Society, who owns it, have been trying to do major restoration work for almost the entire two years. When I called to ask them when it would be finished, they said they were putting away the tools until next spring because they just didn't have the money to go on."
That got the wheels turning in Gebert's head.