Many holiday activities set in Gause
As I say every year at this time, where has the time gone? But that's what I'm hearing so many say. I hope something that I have done this year has been a positive effort.
December is here and a number of community activities are already in the making. Gause ISD students are getting ready for UIL competition set for Dec. 10 in Thrall. Hope you all do well.
Gause Community Improvement Program (CIP) will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 7 at the Gause Community Center. All interested are encouraged to attend.
On Saturday, Dec. 12, the CIP invites all to its annual Christmas program and dinner to be held at the center. The program will start at 11 a.m. and the meal served at noon. Wanda Coats and Lois Wilkins will prepare the turkey and dressing and those attending are asked to bring their favorite side dish and dessert. Hope to see you there.
Then on Thursday, Dec. 17, make plans to attend the Gause ISD annual Christmas program at 6:30 p.m. in the school gym. The students and teachers always do a great job with this annual affair.
Gause Baptist Church has set its annual Christmas program for 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 20. We hope you will be able to join us.
Gloria and Cody Wyatt of Gonzales are the parents of a new daughter, Olivia Darlin' Wyatt, born Nov. 23. She weighed five pounds 16 ounces and is welcomed by brother Peyton. Maternal grandparents are Patsy and Jeffer y Carroll of Gause and Manuel and Rose Alvarado of Hearne. Paternal grandparents are Connie and Aaron Welch of Gonzales and James and Mary Wyatt of Houston.
Maternal great grandparents are Angelita Alvarado of Hearne and the late Manuel Alvarado Sr. and Rita and Edward Vallalpondo of Gause. Paternal great grandparents are Nancy Hobbins of Clute and the late Sarah and B.B. Hughes and the late George Tullous.
Mildred Ely Bowling and family had their annual Thanksgiving get-together at the Baptist Church Family Life Center on Thursday. Her daughter, Wanda and Al Coats, their children and families and her daughter-in-law Lois Wilkins and children and families and number of friends shared the traditional Thanksgiving meal and visiting. In all, there were 52 in attendance.
Lois prepared the turkey and dressing w ith ever yone else bringing plenty of side dishes and desserts. Saturday evening, family members went to Hearne to the country home of Beverly and Johnny Nigliazzo for supper of fried fish prepared by Beverly and gumbo made by Rita Wilkins.
Kelly and Chris Cooper, Connelly and Cameron spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Rogers, Arkansas with Chris's grandparents and other relatives.
Jaxon Hayles and his mom, Kristi Lee spent Thanksgiving weekend in Conroe and League City with Jaxon's relatives.
Having lunch with Wayne and I on Thanksgiv ing Day were Leah Lee, Kim Lee, Kristian and Kendall, Ray Cass, Wesley Edmonson, Renee' and Jerry Vinton, Seth, Calla and Isaac, all of Gause; Verna and Ry Rose of Bryan; Desiree' and Allen Reese and Lilly of Thorndale; Janie Lagrone of Katy; Sandra and Edward Dworaczyk, Kay Lagrone, Marie and Buck Bakken, Bradley and Hannah, all of Milano.