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The Marble Falls Mustangs players don red socks during last year’s Brother Max Copeland Night. This year’s event is Friday, Oct. 26, during the game against Leander Glenn. It’s in honor of Max Copeland, who passed away in May 2015. Copeland was found of wearing red socks and suspenders as well as giving back to the community and supporting Marble Falls athletics. During the game, buckets will be passed around to collect money for a scholarship fund in his name. File photo

Brother Max Copeland Night at Mustangs football game to honor community-minded man

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO When the purple-and-gold Marble Falls Mustangs football team puts on red socks and breaks out the red-laced football, it can mean only one thing. (more…)

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Marble Falls Independent School District will honor the late Rev. Max Copeland during the Marble Falls High School Mustangs basketball game against Dripping Springs on Friday, Feb. 9, at the Max Copeland/Marble Falls High School gymnasium, 2101 Mustang Drive in Marble Falls. Copeland, who passed away in May 2015, was known as a great Mustang supporter. Game tipoff is 6:30 p.m. Staff photo by Daniel Clifton

‘Brother Max’ scholarship fund collection buckets will be out at Mustangs game

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO MARBLE FALLS — When the Marble Falls High School boys basketball team takes the court Feb. 9 against Dripping Springs, the Mustangs will be sporting a dash for red on their usual purple and white uniforms. (more…)

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Brother Max leaves legacy of love and compassion

DANIEL CLIFTON AND CONNIE SWINNEY • PICAYUNE STAFF MARBLE FALLS — If there was one thing the Rev. Max Copeland taught in the manner he lived his life it was this: Love all with no conditions. Copeland, who was simply known as Brother Max, exemplified loving others as Christ showed us how. (more…)

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The Rev. Max Copeland celebrates 55 years in the ministry this year. On Oct. 12, First Baptist Church of Marble Falls, 501 12 St., is holding a reception to honor Copeland and his wife, Glenna, for their dedication and service to the church and the community. The celebration is 5 p.m. The recognition ties in with the church's 125th anniversary. Staff photo by Daniel Clifton

After 55 years in ministry, Brother Max Copeland still leads with love and wisdom

DANIEL CLIFTON • PICAYUNE EDITOR MARBLE FALLS — Throughout his life, the Rev. Max Copeland faced many challenges and, even, tragedies. Yet the man known simply as “Brother Max” never wavered in his faith, even when the church he came to lead burned down a few years after he arrived or his own health faltered. […]

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