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Gause Community Christmas program, lunch this Saturday

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE Reporter correspondent
Gause Community Improvement Program (CIP) met Monday, Dec. 7 at the Gause Community Center. The meeting was conducted by club president Wanda Lee and Minutes read by Dorsie Wilson. Delores Fisher gave the financial report.

Final plans were made for the annual CIP sponsored Community Christmas program and lunch to be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 12 at the community center. The program will be first, followed by a turkey and dressing dinner. Those attending are asked to bring your favorite side dish and dessert and join us for a great get-together.

New business discussed included repairs to be made on the windows and flooring at the center.

U IL ac t iv it ie s were held Monday afternoon at the Gause School. On Thursday, GISD students will go to Thrall for more UIL competition.

The Gause soccer team that played in Bryan this season had their party at the Pizza Hut in Hearne on Monday evening. The youngsters enjoyed pizza and each received their trophy for playing. The team coach was Kevin Walker and he was assisted by Chris Cooper.

Mildred Simmons and daughter Judy Marks of The Woodlands joined members of the Milam County Extension Education Association and others for a bus trip to Elm Mott last week for a tour of the Homestead Heritage. They finished the trip by viewing the 13th annual Nature In Lights at Lake Belton. They report having a great time.

4-H Club starts

‘gift for tots’ drive

Gause 4-H Club met Dec. 1 in the Gause ISD cafeteria with the meeting conducted by club president Kendall Lee. Cameron Cooper, secretary/treasurer, read minutes and gave the financial report. The group then discussed recent 4-H activities they had been involved in and discussed upcoming events. After the business meeting members made gift bags.

The 4-H club and Gause ISD students are involved in their annual gift for tots project. This is where each grade in the school is given a gender and age to bring a Christmas gift to school the week of Dec. 14–18. On Dec. 18 the 4-Hers will gather at the school cafeteria at 6:30 p.m. to wrap the gifts and get them ready to be delivered before Christmas. If you would like to make a donation, you may do so. This will include donations of money to fill the gaps that might occur. You make take your gift or donation to the school or you may call me at 979-279-2472. All help is appreciated.

The club will have its Christmas party on Dec. 18 as well. They will have the annual Chinese Christmas game by bringing a Christmas ornament.

The Gause 4-H will hold its next club meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 5 in the Gause school cafeteria. Luke Snowden will bring a program on parliamentary procedure. All interested youth are encouraged to attend.–Brittany Walker, club reporter


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