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Gause Baptist Church sets dates for VBS

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE Reporter correspondent
Schools are out and summer vacations are in. Renee’ and Jerry Vinton, Seth, Calla and Isaac spent last week vacationing in Florida. The “regular group” of families are spending this week at Garner State Park. This is a tradition with these folks and over the years new families have joined the group. From reports each year, it is a fun time.

Children ages third through eighth grades bring a change of clothes and come to the Gause Baptist Church on Saturday from 6-9 p.m. No, a baptism is not planned, but who knows. It’s a night of fun with water balloons. You might want to bring a towel, too.

Vacation Bible School will be held at Gause Baptist Church July 5-9 for ages Pre-K through sixth grade. VBS will be from 6 to 8:30 p.m. each day and all youth of the community are invited.

There will be refreshments served and a lot of fun, according to Son Rise Children’s Ministry leader Matthew Sanders. The church and Matthew have activities planned each week from now through August for this age group of youth.

Kenny Sheppard is home after having successful kidney surgery at M.D. Anderson hospital recently.

Good news for Donnie McBee, the doctor decided he will not have to have more back surgery. Donnie is even able to get out on the tractor some. That will make him feel better.

Billy Todd is enjoying being home after having to spend a number of weeks in the hospital after getting an infection following surgery.

Kristi and Jaxon, Leah and I spent the weekend visiting with Craig Lee at his newly purchased home in San Antonio. Don’t want to use the word “new home” because it was built in 1930, but it is a beauty. The Coopers stopped by on Saturday, took a tour and picked up Jaxon to join them for their vacation. The girls, Craig and friends enjoyed time around the pool. Of course, we all ate too much, but it was a very nice and relaxing trip.


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