Pancake Day To Feature Christian Concert

KSCB News - February 9, 2011 11:00 am

Liberal, Kansas ??This year ??s Christian Artist Showcase, slated for Mar. 5, will feature Eternity Focus, a young group with three albums and several awards to its credit.
Eternity Focus, based in Lebanon, KS, has toured widely across the Midwest since the release of its first self-titled album in 2007. The four sisters, Alika, Danika, Janika, and Lainika, range in age from 22 to 16, and have already won two song-writing awards. In 2007, their song ??Unmistakable ? was awarded third in the nation at the National Fine Arts Festival in the Individual Songwriting Category. ??I Choose You ? (featured on their second album, ??Nothing to Lose ? ) placed in the Top 20 in the Songwriting Competition at the Gospel Music Association ??s Music in the Rockies in 2008. Eternity Focus also placed in the Top 7 in the Group Artistry Category at that event.
The concert will feature contemporary Christian music for all ages and is sponsored by the International Pancake Day Board of Directors and the Liberal Ministerial Alliance.
Eternity Focus will perform at 7:30 p.m., Sat., Mar. 5 in the James Maskus Auditorium at Liberal High School. Tickets are $5 and are on sale now at the Tourist Information Center, One Yellow Brick Road, Liberal. Tickets will also be for sale at the door.
For more information on tickets or any Pancake Day event, call 620-624-6423, or visit the Pancake Day website at www.pancakeday.net. For more information about Eternity Focus, visit the group ??s website at www.eternityfocus.com.

 

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