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Brack reunion

The 19th biennial Brack Reunion was held on Aug. 5 at the Rush Center Township Hall. Thirty-six descendants registered under the families of Henry, John Peter, Johannes and Philip.

Judi Brack Johnson welcomed all. The notes from the 2016 reunion were read along with the Treasurer’s report. It was reported that the positions of historian and also secretary/treasurer were still in need of volunteers to fill those positions. Prizes were presented for the oldest person in attendance, Arlene Rolfs; the couple married the longest, Keith and Glenda Brack; the youngest person in attendance, twins Jake and Ella Brack; and the person who traveled the farthest, Brian Hanson.

Those who registered were: Morris and Judi Brack Johnson, Melvin and Eunice Dreher, Wayne Brack, Charlotte Schneider, Ashley Schneider and Lux, J.P. and Merrily McCamey, Great Bend; Jeff and Ashley Brack, Jake and Ella Brack, Otis; Kelly Seltmann, Wichita; Arlene Rolfs, Geneseo; Kay Dreher, Hoisington; Ann Parker, Marie Brack, Kay Fiala, La Crosse; Keith and Glenda Brack, Mark and Lisa Brack and son, Albert; Marvin Brack, Fort Dodge; Adair Brack, Marilyn Dinkel, Ellis; Lucy Serpan, Larned; Debbie Brack Parks, Valley Center; Wendell Brack, Mike Brack, Mark Brack, Liberal; Brian Hanson, Norfolk, Va.

The next reunion will be held on Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020, at the Rush Center Township Hall.