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Annual VBS swirling into Gause Baptist next week

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE Reporter correspondent

Vacation Bible School will be from 6- 8:30 p.m. July 6- 10 at Gause Baptist Church. Youngsters make your plans to attend. This is for those who have completed Kindergarten through the sixth grade. The theme this year is Boomerang Express. Sounds like an exciting time is planned.

Gause Baptist Church sponsored youth at the FIRM area pre-teen camp at Latham Springs Baptist Camp near West last week. There were 17 youth and adults who attended from Gause.

Brittany Czajkowski's grandmother, Donna, called on Saturday, excited to let me know that Brittany went to the camp with her church group from Hearne First Baptist and during this time accepted Christ. I know from my own experience if you have had this happen you know this is something all grandparents get excited about.

Gause Community Improvement Program will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, July 6 at the Gause Community Center.

Trisha and Gary Shaw are home from a two week vacation at Lake Somer v ille w ith their daugh- ter Kandace and husband Kelly Bankston, Dillon and Brooklyn and friends Koy Quinney and Hannah.

Kristian and I were in Rockdale Saturday evening to attend the wedding of her friend, Kayleigh Crowe to Lincoln Willis at the Murray Street Church of Christ. It was a beautiful wedding.

Chris Cooper took sons Connelly and Cameron and nephew Jaxon Hayles to the Wildlife Ranch near Mason over the weekend for a hunting trip. They each shot an exotic sheep, two Corsican and one Mouflon. They report having a great experience.

Niece Lisa Bleeker and son Koye of Rockdale and another niece Carmen's daughter, Taylor Tovar of Lexington, visited with us on Monday. Wow, how Koye and Taylor have grown.

Hope all of you are planning nice Fourth of July get-togethers with family and friends. Last year we spent ours in Conroe with Jaxon's other grandparents, Kathy and David Hayles, with family and friends at their home on the lake. We had a great time so I invited us back this year. They are such nice people.


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