Gary and Paul served Blue Max for over 30 years, beginning in the 1970’s. With deep sorrow we announced the death of Gary Unger, which occurred on September 15, 2023. Gary is survived by his partner Paul Kelly Jr. of 53 years. Paul was gracious enough to share some of the personal photographs that he and Gary took over the past 30
Together we can make a big impact. Tuesday, November 28th is Giving Tuesday, please consider donating to Blue Max: https://www.bluemaxcc.org/donate/
Part of our mission is charitable giving to other non-profit organizations near and dear to our hearts. Blue Max raises money at monthly club nights and other events throughout the year. This helps the club continue to function and put on events for the community.
When you donate, write a comment for which organization you’d like to support. When we reach our goal amount, Blue Max will donate the lump sum to that organization.
You can also make a general donation to Blue Max which helps support our mission. We routinely give to other charities and your money will go in-part to those who need our support.
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On September 22-24, 2023 various leather folk from around the Midwest and even further converged on Dawgwoodz Campground in Missouri for the Blue Max Cycle Club run. The Run’s theme was, “Stranger Kinks”, which was based on 80’s culture. The name was inspired by Netflix’s “Stranger Things” which was based in the 80’s. Blue Max provided demos that you did not see at
Gary Unger passed away on September 15, 2023 With deep sorrow we announce the death of Gary Unger, which occurred on September 15, 2023 and is survived by his partner Paul Kelly Jr. of 53 years. Gary and Paul served Blue Max for over 30 years, beginning in the 1970’s. After both of them decided to become Honorary members, Gary