Parents Club Butter Braid sales to end March 9th
Gause Parents Club is still ta k ing orders for Butter Braids. If you want to purchase some and don’t know who to contact to get these ordered, feel free to give me a call (979-279-2472) and I’ll do my best to help you get an order in. The final selling day is Wednesday, March 9.
Gause Community Improvement Program will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, March 6 at the Gause Community Center. Come be a part of activities for the community.
Track practice is underway for Gause Junior High teams. I will let you know when they will be going to meets.
Wanda and Al Coats were in Bryan on Saturday and Sunday to watch grandson Kane Coats play in a baseball tournament. The team received second place. They stopped by the Astin Mansion and visited with Ray and Paula Coats. Ray and Paula have recently purchased that business.
Melanie and Gracie Rasco and Karen Sanders spent Sunday in Austin visiting the newest addition to the family, Ellabeth Tribble and parents and sister Megan and Bryan Tribble and Kadence. Ellabeth is still in the hospital but is coming along good. She now weighs four pounds 15 ounces. Which means if all continues to go well she should be going home shortly. Our best to this young family.
Lisa Koenig and Renee’ Vinton participated in the See Spot Run 5K on Saturday morning at Wolf Pen Creek in College Station. This event was sponsored by the Texas A& M Vet School. Both came home with a big bag of dog food that they had to carry from award headquarters to their vehicle. From the way they talked, that was the hardest part of the event. Oh, and best chances of being a winner is to have your dog with you. Lisa was second fastest female overall, but she didn’t take her dog to participate with her. She will know for next year.
Renee’ Vinton and Calla and Desiree’ Reese spent the rest of the weekend in San Antonio and Saturday night saw a production of the musical Wicked.
Kids are so funny. Recently my great nephew Isaac Vinton, a kindergar tner, came home from school upset because “my teacher made me turn my card to yellow.” I innocently asked who his teacher is and he said, “Mrs. Vinton.” Shortly afterwards on another subject her name was “Mom.”