In addition to celebrating their 14 year anniversary on Feb. 12 with live music provided by the Wes Cossman Band, Central Station Bar and Grill will be accepting donations for the daughters of Jeffrey R. Gibson.
Gibson passed away the evening of Jan. 31 when he was involved in a fatal one-vehicle rollover on US-50 highway near 106 Road.
Gibson was a beloved member of the Dodge City community and a close friend to many, including Albert Vazquez-Soto, owner of Central Station Bar and Grill.
“I’ve known the Gibson family since I opened up Central Station and his girls have been coming over here for 14 years,” said Vazquez-Soto. “Jeff was like a brother to me, so the least I can do to benefit for him, is raise a college fund for his girls. They’re just the nicest, sweetest girls.”
Central Station has been accepting donations prior to their 14 year anniversary all week and is still continuing to do so until Friday.
A memorial for Jeffrey R. Gibson has been raised inside the restaurant.
The Wes Cossman Band will begin their show at 10 p.m. at Central Station located on 207 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd.