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School activities picking up

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

Things have been kind of quiet around town lately as far as I know. If you have any news please give me a call. I don’t know your news unless you call me. Tell me about all the great things you, your kids and grandkids have been up to.

School activities are picking up. As I reported the Gause Junior High National Junior Honor Society and Student Council groups will sponsor a dinner and dance Friday in the school gym. Granddaughter Kendall went dress and shoe shopping this past Saturday for upcoming school activities.

School will be out the week of March 12- 16 for spring break.

The track team will have their first meet in Holland on March 23.

Then on March 26-29, STAAR testing will be taking place for fifth and eighth grade math/reading and fourth and seventh grade writing. Always do your best students.

Local 4-H members will be showing animals and having art entries in the Home Economic Division of the Milam County Junior Livestock Show on March 29-31 in Cameron. Gause 4- H Club w ill meet on Tuesday, March 6 for their monthly meeting. This begins at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria. County Extension agent Cheryl Walker will bring a program on record books. All 4-H members and parents are encouraged to attend.

Members are asked to bring a donation to the Ronald McDonald House in Temple for the March community service project. 4- Hers will be taking these things to Temple one day during Spring Break. They will also be taking can soda tabs. If you have any to give let me know and we will get them before the trip.


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