Still time to get on program for annual Mother’s Day service

Reporter correspondent


I t is less than two weeks until

Mothers’ Day and I am in the process of getting the program for the annual Gause Cemetery Association Mothers Day Homecoming together. If you would like to be a part on the program please give me a call as soon as possible at 979- 279-2472. I will return your call if I miss it.

The program this year will be held at the Gause Baptist Church beginning at 10:45 a.m. and at noon dinner on the grounds at the community picnic tables between the church and cemetery. Hope to see you there.

On Sunday, May 6 the Gause Baptist Church will be welcoming the new pastor. Rev. Lester Curtis and wife to our church and community with a covered dish luncheon in the Family Life Center. We invite you to attend the worship service and join us for the luncheon.

Gause Community Improvement Program will be meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, May 7 at the community center.

Gause ISD will host a Gause Community Health Fair in the school gym on Thursday, May 10 from 1-6 p.m. Hope you will take time from your schedule to attend this first Health Fair for the community.

Some of the sponsors besides the school are Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center (1-7 p.m.), Blinn College Dental Hygiene Program, Brazos County Council on Alcohol & Substance Abuse, Milam County Health Department, Milam County AgriLife Extension Service, St. Joseph Hospital Regional Outreach and Gause 4-H Club.

Lois Wilkins spent three days last week in LaPorte visiting her granddaughter and watching her great grandson play his baseball games.

Wanda and Alfred Coats were in Houston on Saturday to attend a graduation party for granddaughter Caitlin Coats. They had crawfish and all the trimmings for the meal. Other family members attending included Erica and Jason Starnes, Kevin Coats and Kane, Lauren and Blaine Ward and Grant, Trey and Melanie Coats, Rebecca Coats and many friends came to wish her well.

It was good to see Russell Partridge and friend Sue over the weekend. They were here to attend Russell’s 50 year class reunion f rom Hear ne High. Lordy, I been out a year longer than he has. They live in New York, but the way he talks if all goes well he will be back in Gause to live in a couple of years.

Dixie Todd, Courtney Todd and Jayce and Josh Millar were in Cameron on April 17 to watch Preston Rose play Oliver Warbucks in “Annie, The Musical” at Cameron Elementary School. Preston is the son of Mike and Lisa Rose, formerly of Gause.

Relatives of Jordan Hughes included his mom, Mary Lou Hughes, maternal and paternal grandparents, lots of aunts and uncles and cousins were in Waco Friday evening to see him graduate from TSTC with an associate degree in engineering. He already has a job in Houston that was awaiting upon his graduation. Congratulations, Jordan.

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