Annual fall carnival Saturday at Gause school cafeteria
Remember that Saturday, Oct. 29 the Gause 4-H Club will sponsor their annual fall carnival and auction fundraiser at the Gause school. It will begin soon after 5 p.m. with games for all the youngsters and a concession stand for all ages and at 6:30 p.m. we will have the annual kids costume contest followed by the auction at 7 p.m. Make plans to support these Gause 4-H youth. Come have supper with us. Baked potatoes, nachos, pizza, soft drinks, coffee and tea and cookies will be sold.
Gause 4-H Club will be having their monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1 at the school cafeteria.
There were several of our young people to participate in the Rockdale Fair livestock Show this past week. Those who are members of the Milano High School FFA participating were Raileigh Shaw, John Jentsch, David Jentsch and Alex Ferrara. Members of the Gause 4-H club who participated were Garrett Reed, Cinch Pilkey, Jaxon Hayles, Cameron Cooper and Connelly Cooper.
There were also a number of the Gause ISD students who had entries in the Home Economics Division at the fair. I hope I did not leave anyone’s name from the list. If I did please call me and let me know so that I can correct my mistake next week. I’ll have the results of those who placed in their categories. Lots of people from here in Gause were in Rockdale to take in all of the Fair activities that took place from Thursday evening until Saturday night.
Wanda and Alfred Coats , children and their families spent the weekend in Cypress where they attended the wedding of their grandson, Trey Coats to Melanie Shearer on Saturday afternoon. Trey is the son of Ray and Paula Coats. Lois Wilkins accompanied her children to the wedding and Patti Kornegay, Mildred Ely, Darlene Anglen and I attended. The weather was beautiful for the outdoor wedding.
Maxine McBee had a big weekend as family members from Houston, Buda, Montgomery, Cypress and Dallas joined she and Donnie to help her celebrate a birthday party weekend. 28 family members attended and Maxine reports that it was the best birthday ever.
Following this Thursday evening’s football game in Cameron the Gause Junior High football players and cheerleaders will have Parents Recognition Night. The Bears will be playing St. Joseph team from Bryan beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Gause Community Improvement Program will be meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7 in the Gause Community Center.
The soccer games are over here in Gause and the final ones will be played in Cameron on Satur-