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GAUSE NEWS

Baptist youth set fund-raisers
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

Gause Baptist Church youth w ill sponsor a Sunday lunch fund-raiser on Sunday, Jan. 16. The meal will consist of ham, baked beans, potato salad, rolls, drink and dessert for $7 per plate.

On Sat urday, Jan. 22, t he group will have a bake sale on the porch of Coats Grocery from 8-11 a.m. They are also taking orders for enchilada plates to be delivered on Friday, Jan. 28 to your home.

Proceeds from these fundraisers will go to help pay for a skiing trip that is planned for Spring Break.

On Thursday, Jan. 13, the Gause Junior High basketball teams will host Coupland at the Gause ISD gym. Games begin at 4:30 p.m. Gause ISD students got their final first semester report cards on Friday. Can you believe they are now in the second semester of the school year?

We had family members in Bryan last Thursday evening to watch Kendall Lee and the Gause Junior High girls basketball team play at St. Joseph’s gym. They then joined other family members at St. Joseph’s football field to see Connelly Cooper play soccer with the St. Joseph’s high school soccer team. Kendall and Connelly’s teams both won.

Hope all of you who are sick with colds, sinus, etc are all feeling much better.


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