Change of Venue for Max Deweese’s Speaking Engagement — HAFFA Meeting Nov. 16th, 2021 6:00 to 800 pm

New Venue: Sylvester Powell Jr. Community Center in Mission KS

Because of the positive response to Max’s speaking engagement, a larger venue has been obtained. We are now going to have the meeting at the Sylvester Powell Jr. Community Center in Mission KS. Meeting Rooms A and B. This meeting room seats a total of 45 persons so bring your friends !!!! A Google Map to the Center has been provided at the bottom of this web page so you can plan your route.

It is a real honor to have Max Deweese as the guest speaker for our November 16th HAFFA monthly meeting from 6 to 8 pm at the Sylvester Powell Jr. Community Center in Mission KS. Be our guest as Max tell his story and takes questions afterwards about his service and his ongoing commitment to World War II Veterans. This meeting is open to the public, so bring your spouse or partner and tell any friends you may have about this event. 🙂

Click this link to view a 14 minute 30 second video that was filmed when he was 96 years old. This year marks his 100th year.

This is: “Deweese, a Service Story”.

Max was one of the first American soldiers to engage the Japanese in an offensive military operation. One of the many missions during his service critical to the early war effort was the mission to see that the Japanese were not successful in building an airport at Guadalcanal.

His service along with countless other veterans were crucial to the eventual success of the allied forces in turning the tide in the Pacific war effort which ultimately lead to the surrender of Japan.

This month’s HAFFA Meeting will take place at the Sylvester Powell Jr. Community Center in Mission KS. Here is the address:

Sylvester Powell Jr. Community Center
6200 Martway St, Mission, KS 66202

Below is a Google Map to the Center

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