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Megalodon Exhibit at Air Museum until 5/3
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Mighty Samson of the Cimarron
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Skipping down the Yellow Brick Road
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Pancake Day Talent Show
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That Liberal Band
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International Pancake Day Race
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Mid-America Air Museum Parade Float
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Adventure Bay Family Water Park
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Liberal, KS 67901

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Pancake Day Concert To Feature Popular Group FFH

• Provided by the Pancake Day Board
The group FFH is widely known for numerous hits such as “Fly Away” and “Watching Over Me,” which hit the number one spot on Adult Contemporary radio and the Top 5 on Christian Hit Radio.

Jeromy and Jennifer Deibler

The band, which formed in 1991 with four members, released six albums over the next few years and played more than 200 dates a year, according to the band’s website. The band took a break in 2006, and members Jeromy and Jennifer Deibler, who are married, spent six months in South Africa working in a small church. They were soon in for more changes. Jennifer found out she was expecting the couple’s second child, and Jeromy was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.
In 2009, the Deiblers began performing again as FFH, this time as a duo. 
“With a fresh perspective and a new sense of calling, Jeromy set about the serious task of creating ‘Wide Open Spaces,’ the first new FFH album in three years,” according to the website. “Fans will instantly connect with Jennifer and Jeromy’s signature harmonies and classic FFH pop sensibilities. “We’re always going to sound like FFH,” Jeromy declares, “but lyrically I think ‘Wide Open Spaces’ is different from anything we’ve ever done. These songs rose from the ashes of struggle. You can’t sever your ties with friends, family, record label and management company, move to Africa for six months, come home, have a baby, be diagnosed with MS, and still write the same kind of songs you wrote before.”
Fans can read more about FFH on the group’s web site:
The Liberal concert is one of many events planned for this year’s International Pancake Day celebration and is sponsored by the Pancake Day Board, First Southern Baptist Church and the Liberal Ministerial Alliance. 
The concert is slated for 7 p.m. Sat., Feb. 18, in the James Maskus Auditorium at Liberal High School in Liberal.
Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door. Seating is general admission.
Advance tickets are for sale at the Liberal Tourist Information Center or online at For more information, call 624-6423.