Society

Busy week at Gause ISD

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE Reporter correspondent
Several extra activities are taking place at the Gause school this week. Fourth and seventh graders were to take the TAKS writing test on Wednesday. The Milam County Retired Teachers will hold their luncheon in the school cafeteria at 12:45 p.m. Thursday, March 4. This is a first for the organization to meet in Gause. We welcome all of you and hope our community can become a meeting place for more of your activities.

On Friday, Gause Junior High students will meet in the gym for a Texas History Video Conference. At 3:10 p.m. that day the GJH student council and National Junior Honor Society will each meet.

The Gause Community Improvement Program (CIP) held its monthly meeting on March 1 at the Gause Community Center. Old business was reviewed, followed by a time of discussion of upcoming projects the group has planned. The next meeting will be at 6 p.m. Monday, April 5 in the community center. Members invite you of the community to come and be a part of this organization.

We wish a speedy recovery to Jordan Bullock who has been in the hospital this week for surgery.

Our sincere sympathy and prayers to the family of Milam County Sheriff David Greene for the loss of his son this weekend in an auto accident.

Enjoyed seeing the Gause soccer team members play Saturday in Bryan. They really played well and won their game.

What a week for weat her. I enjoyed the snow last week because the weathermen all said it would be gone by Wednesday afternoon and is was beautiful. Really some big snowflakes and I noticed a lot of snowmen around town. A great experience for the youngsters.

Jaxon Hayles and his mom, Kristi Lee, and aunt Leah spent the weekend in Conroe where they visited with his grandparents, Cathy and David Hayles. On Sunday they went to Santa Fe and joined family members helping Jaxon’s great grandmother, Anita (Nannie) Wallace, celebrate her birthday with a dinner.

My older grandsons cleaned their closets out over the weekend and now all of those clothes are upstairs at my house and ready for a new home. They are slightly used garments and if you know of anyone needing jeans or shorts, sizes 8-14, collared polo type shirts, medium and large, and Tshirts, medium and large, please come by my house and see if any of them fit your needs. Cost to you–free.


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