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Mother’s Day program to be held at Baptist Church

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

Time is nearing for the annual Gause Cemeter y Association Mother’s Day Homecoming celebration on Sunday, May 13. If you would like to be on the program please give me a call as soon as possible. The program will be held at the Gause Baptist Church this year beginning at 10:45 a.m. followed by a covered dish lunch at noon at the community picnic tables nex t to the cemeter y. Hope you can come this year.

This Sunday will be the last day for interim pastor of the Gau se Bapt ist Chu rch, Bro. David Kaufmann, to be preaching for us. Bro. Kaufmann has been a blessing to our church as we have searched for a new pastor. Our new pastor Rev. Dr. Lester Curtis and wife Natalie will be moving into the parsonage next week.

Following this Sunday’ s morning worship the church will be having an appreciation covered dish luncheon in the church Family Life Center for Bro Kaufmann.

Then following the morning worship ser v ic e on Sunday, April 29, there will be a covered dish luncheon and “pounding” for Rev. and Mrs. Curtis. If you do not know what a “pounding” is give me a call. I’m old enough to remember.

Abigail Miller, a member of the Gause 4- H Club, won first place in the Dressy Buying Junior Division of the District 8 4-H contest on Friday at Tarleton State University in Stephenville. Milam County Extension Agent, Cheryl Walker and Abbigail’s mom, Liz Miller also attended.

Gause Junior High Bears cheerleaders for the 2012-13 school year were selected last week. Those who will be leading the cheering section at the athletic events are Jaylyn Barcak, Maci Grandchamp, Kaylee Hawes, A lyssa Laine, Taylor Lange, Kendall Lee, Calla Vinton, Alexis Welch, Caitlin White and Christina Zeig. Gause Bear mascot will be Lynsie Kornegay. Congratulations to all of you.

Gause Junior High seventh and eighth graders and teachers took a Readiness College Tour on Friday. Their first tour was Blinn College in Brenham and then on to College Station for a tour at Texas A&M.


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