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Max News 5/4/17


Max School Sports information for the week of May 8th – May 12th. On Monday, EBBB Game at 4:30 in Max. Rescheduled from 4/24 JH Track meet at 3:30 in Hazen. JV Baseball game at 4pm in Max. On Tuesday, V Baseball at 4pm in Max. On Thursday V Baseball at 4pm in Max, V Track Meet at 12pm at Minot High track field. On Friday, JV Baseball game at 4pm in Max. On Saturday, V Track meet at 11am at Minot High track field.

                Elementary Spring Music Concert is Tuesday May 9th in the school gymnasium at 2pm.

                If you missed the first Saturday community clean-up day in May. The land fill will be open again on Saturday May 20th from 9am-5pm. This will be free for residents, the landfill will except items such as appliances, furniture, but no household garbage or plastic bags will be permitted. For more information, you can visit the city website and Facebook pages.

                If anyone is interested in having a Rummage Sale this summer and would like it put on the Community Calendar, please contact Jessica Henne (701) 679-2256 by the 15th of that month.

                Max Community Library’s Summer Reading Program will kick off in June with “Build A Better World.” The library is looking for donations of Legos to use during this program. If you have Legos laying around that you do not know what to do with, please consider donating them to the library.

                Max Community Library Receives Star Award. The North Dakota State Library awarded the Max Community Library the 2017 North Dakota Star Library Award for going above and beyond with the service they provide to their community. Max Community Library was compared to other libraries in North Dakota with similar operating expenditures. They ranked in the top three libraries of their category. The awards were given based on circulation, central branch service hours, program attendance, combined computer and WiFi usage, and the percentage of North Dakota Library Coordinating Council Standards for Public Libraries met.

                Civic Club will have their monthly meeting on Monday April 10th at 7pm at city hall.