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Liberty Remains Two Night Show this Summer
07/02/2012

Patriotism will be at its best the next two nights at a Liberal church. Liberty shows the next two nights offering patriotic performances and music at Fellowship Baptist Church at 310 West Pancake in Liberal. The performance typically draws a big crow and Fellowship Baptist Worship Pastor and Music Minister Tyler Prator says this year may determine whether the performance goes to three nights in the future.

“This year will be the determining factor,” Prator said. “We really debated about whether to do a ticket system or to take it to three nights this year. We just wanted to be careful that we didn’t put the cart before the horse. We want to make sure that we are going to sustain this momentum. What we like doing is we like singing and performing to a sold out crowd every night. If we take it to three nights, we don’t want to sacrifice the thrill and rewarding feeling it is four our choir to sing in front of a packed house.”
The doors open at 5:30 with a pre service presentation at 6 and the show begins at 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday night. 
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