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Retiring GISD employees Proctor, Turner to be honored with reception

By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

Everyone is invited to retirement reception honoring Vera Proctor and Earnestine Turner who will both be retiring at the end of this school term after serving in paraprofessional positions at Gause ISD for many years. I don’t think there is anyone employed at the school now that has been there longer than these two ladies. This celebration of their years of service will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 3 in the Gause School Community Library.

A reminder to g raduat ing seniors from Gause, the Community Improvement Program scholarship applications are due to be by Saturday, April 30.

Twenty-eight Gause ISD students recently participated in the Nature Festival photo contest. Those who received ribbons in their respective categories were: Derek Walton, first and “most creative title”; Brittany Czajkowski, second; Seth Vinton, second; Justin Blakely third; Cameron Cooper, third; Dakora Taylor, third; Elexis Welch, third. All photos are on display in the school cafeteria.

School students are busy this week taking the TAKS tests. Glad to repor t that James Rasco is on the road to recovery after spending most of last week in intensive care at the hospital in Bryan.

Kim and Kendall Lee spent Friday night and Saturday in Temple with relatives. They had their annual Easter egg hunt and day of visiting.

Hope all of you had a nice Easter with family.

Our family members gathered after church Sunday with Kelly and Chris Cooper, Connelly and Cameron for lunch, visiting, some enjoyed time in the pool and Easter egg hunt and helped Lilly Reese celebrate her second birthday with cake.

Those joining the Coopers were Renee and Jerry Vinton, Seth, Calla and Isaac; Kay and Claude Lagrone; Marie and Buck Bakken, Bradley and Hannah; Ray Cass; Kristi Lee and Jaxon Hayles; Leah Lee; Wayne and myself; and Desiree and Allen Reese, Lilly and the newest member of our family Lucy Reese, who was born Thursday, April 21. She weighed seven pounds, eight ounces and was 19 inches long.


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