Society

Christian Music Festival postponed

By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent
The Gause Baptist Church Community-wide Christian Music Festival and note burning celebration that was set for Sept. 25 has been postponed until a later date due to a scheduling conflict. I will have more information on this in a later column.

Skylar Lagrone and friend James from Spring visited here over the weekend with her dad, Jereald Lagrone and family. Skylar has enlisted into the military and will be leaving for her basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri on Sept. 21. Our best to her.

Dorsie Wilson is home after spending several days in the hospital in Bryan. She has been having some problems with her blood pressure. Hope that she is feeling much better real soon.

Gause Junior High volleyball teams will play in a tournament Friday and Saturday in Anderson. On Thursday, the football team will play in Rogers.

The soccer fields at the Gause school were full Monday afternoon as the youth from here and surrounding towns have started their practices. First games will begin on Saturday, Sept. 25 and they will play each Saturday until Nov. 6. For the younger ages, all games will be played here in Gause with one older age team playing in Bryan. We are pleased to have the youngsters from surrounding towns coming to play on the teams here in Gause this season.

Gause Community Improvement Program met Sept. 7 at the Gause Community Center. Founders Day activities were reviewed. Plans were discussed for upcoming projects including repairs on the windows and a new heating and cooling system. All members of the community are encouraged to become members of this organization and help plan for what we can do to make our community even greater than it is. The next meeting will be at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 4.

4-H MEETING– Gause 4-H Club met on Sept. 13 and was called to order by president Holly Kornegay. Cameron Cooper led the pledge to the US flag and Ginny Cunningham led the pledge to the Texas flag. Lynsie Kornegay led the 4-H motto, pledge and prayer. Connelly Cooper read the minutes and treasurer report. Seth Vinton passed out enrollment forms. It was reported that the club made $144 at the drink booth at Founders Day.

4-H members that participated in different Founders Day contests were recognized. It was voted that club members will now help at the concession stand during soccer season. If you are a Gause 4-H member, please get enrollment forms in soon, review the county 4-H calendar and start getting together items for the auction for the fall carnival, set Saturday, Oct. 23.

The next 4-H meeting is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 11–Ginny Cunningham, reporter.


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