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June 25, 2015

We extend our sympathy to Mary Lushenko's family and friends. Mary has been a long time resident and business woman in the city of Max, with Mary's Beauty Shop. Her obituary in the Minot Daily News tells of her life, a life of giving. We will miss you, Mary!

Alvin Semchenko of Fargo, formerly of Max, passed away. He was 86. His parents are the late Mathew and Stacia Semchenko.

There is a Memorial Celebration honoring Marleys (Lindquist) and Jack Hoch, on July 19th, 2015 at the Max Senior Center from 2-4 p.m. Come join Marleys' children, Connie, Ron, and Carla as we celebrate and remember them. Urns are to be placed at Zion Lutheran Cemetery July 21, 2015.

Also attending this Memorial Celebration will be sister Frances and her husband, Irvin and daughter, Joan Hauf. Brother Harold with wife, Ellie, and brother Gordon also. Everyone who knew and loved Marleys and Jack are invited to come join us for refreshments and fellowship. (This was sent by Connie Quast; phone number (907) 229-2725. Also e-mail:  connierae55@hotmail.com )

The Max Annual Rodeo is Friday and Saturday, August 7-8. On Friday there will be the rodeo, 5K run, and city wide rummage sales.

On Saturday there will be the rodeo, street dance with Badlands Express, and city wide rummage sales.

"All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on." Havelock Ellis

 

--The Max News is written each week by Margaret Zaderaka. To have your information included, contact her at emz@rtc.coop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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