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If you missed the Community Wide Gospel Music Festival sponsored by Gause Baptist Church on Saturday at the Family Life Center, you really missed a great time. Good music from all around this area, good fellowship and good food. A number of you asked if there was going to be another one in the future and the answer is “yes.” The church will schedule another, perhaps quarterly.
If you didn’t make the first one, hope you can be at the next and perhaps if you want to sing, be on the next program. It was great for me to visit with folks I hadn’t seen in a while. I don’t know if any of the groups that have a CD except for Broken Chains. If you are interested in one, contact Valerie Herod at 979-280-0366.
Congratulations to Wilson and Gloria Kyle on their 50 years of marriage. They were married on Jan. 22, 1960 in the Gause United Methodist Church. On Saturday, they renewed their vows with family, including their sons Kevin Kyle and Keith Kyle, grandchildren and a few close friends. Rev. Jerry Harper of Houston, who was pastor of Gause Methodist at the time they were married, performed the ceremony. Following the ceremony, a catered dinner reception was held in the church fellowship hall.
Gause Community Improvement Program will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1 in the Gause Community Center. All community members are invited to attend the meeting.
Our local 4-H Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2 in the Gause ISD cafeteria. Members will address Valentines for area veterans. All youth interested in the 4-H program are encouraged to attend the meeting.