Community Easter egg hunt Saturday
A ll youngsters of the community are invited to the annual Community Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 23 at the Gause Baptist Church. A short program will be held in the sanctuary, followed by the hunt and serving of refreshments. Each participant needs to bring their eggs and some type of refreshment to the church or Coats Grocery by 9:30 a.m. so the older youth can hide them.
Gause ISD students will have an early out at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, April 21 for the Easter holi- days. They will resume classes on Monday, Apr il 25 . Nex t week, Apr il 25- 29, st udents will take the TAKS test. On Friday, April 29, the Pre-K and Kindergarten classes will go to Cameron Park Zoo in Waco for their class trip.
Friday is the end of the third six weeks of school.
A reminder to all graduating seniors from Gause that applications for the two $200 Community Improvement Program scholarships are due April 30 to me. If you need an application let me know. Another reminder—if you or someone in your family would like to be a part of the annual Gause Cemetery Association Mothers Day Homecoming program, please call me as soon as possible, 979-279-2472. The programs need to be printed soon.
Calla Vinton and Kendall Lee were in Stephenville on Friday for the District 8 4-H Fashion Show. Calla won second place in t he ju nior buy ing d ressing division and Kendall won third in the intermediate buying dressy category. Charity Capps participated in the District 8 Share the Fun vocal contest in Stephenville on Saturday.