School’s second annual art fair set for March 31st at library
Mark your calendars for Thu rsd ay, Ma rch 31. That is when Mary Neely, Gause ISD art instructor, will hold the second annual art fair in the Gause Memorial Library at the school. Come see what great artistic talent we have in the art classes.
Next week, March 14-18, Gause school students and staff will be on Spring Break. A group of youth and chaperones from Gause Baptist Church will join a church in Caldwell on a ski trip to Glorieta, New Mexico. They will leave on March 13 and return home on March 18.
On Thursday, March 17, Milam County 4-H members will be making their annual trip to Temple and taking collected can tabs to the Ronald McDonald House. If you have any can tabs that you have been collecting, you still have time to get them to the Extension Office in Cameron or if here in Gause get them to me.
The 4-Hers and you can also participate by bringing wish list items. Needed items include individual serving size cereal, chips, sugar free snacks, paper towels, crackers, laundry detergent, coloring books and crayons. Your donation of these items will also be appreciated. Remember to set your clocks forward one hour before you go to bed Saturday night, Daylight Savings Time begins. More daylight time for late afternoon and evening.
Gause 4-H Club members Calla Vinton, Holly Kornegay and Phillip Rasco, along with other Milam County 4-H members, were in Waco Saturday morning to participate in the District 8 4-H Consumer Decision Making Contest. The Milam County intermediate team that Holly was on placed second. Renee’ Vinton and Isaac and I made the trip to Waco with our Gause 4-Hers.
The Gause Junior High track and field teams will be in Holland on Friday, March 11 for a meet. There was a good turnout from the Gause community for the meet in Rogers on Friday that the teams participated in. Team members will go to Somerville on Monday, March 28 for the district track meet.
On Feb. 28, the Gause ISD Pre- K and Kindergarten classes took a field trip to Temple where they enjoyed watching a production of “The Wizard of Oz”. I talked with several of the students and their voices were filled with excitement as they relayed their take of the play.