Registration to start for fall soccer league

By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

Registration for the Gause soccer league will open soon for boys and girls ages four through 13 (as of Sept. 1). Registrations will be held at the Gause School cafeteria 5-7 p.m. Aug. 18 and 6-8 p.m. Aug. 25, Aug. 29 and Sept. 1. Cost is $40 per child and includes jersey and socks.

The league is open to all students in Gause, Milano, Mumford, Hearne, Rockdale and Calvert school districts. First game will be on Sept. 24 with the last game on Oct. 29 Three games will be played in Gause and the other three in Cameron. All will be on Saturday mornings.

For more information, visit the website gauseparentsclub.net, or contact Janet Pilkey, jkpilkey03@yahoo.com or 979- 575- 8794, Carrain Kirk, 979- 255- 4470 or Jennifer Trowbridge, 979-280-5721. Gause Junior High volleyball camp will be held Aug. 8-10 in the school gym.

Teachers return to school on Thursday, Aug. 11 with students starting Monday, Aug. 22.

There w ill be a “ meet t he teacher” open house from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 18.

Trisha Saw was in Rockdale on Thursday and Friday to watch grandson Dillon Bankston participate in the Rockdale Open tennis tournament. Dillon placed third in the boys singles and he and partner Koy Quinney won first in boys doubles. I asked Trisha if Gary accompanied her and she said “no, was busy doing something else.” But Saturday night they hosted a family get-together serving cold cuts and mak ing homemade ice cream before all the kids in the family got busy with school activities.

Wanda and Alfred Coats spent several days last week in Midland visiting with his brother Jimmy and family. They report Jimmy seems to be a little better healthwise. Keep the Coats families in your prayers.

Kim and Kendall Lee visited in Temple during the weekend with relatives and friends.


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