Annual Sugarloaf fun run 5K set for September 29
R emember that Sept. 29 is the annual Gause Sugarloaf
Fun Run. The Gause cross country teams are participating and everyone is encouraged to come run as well. This event is sponsored by the Gause ISD Booster Club. The fee is $20 and includes a T-shirt to the first 100 participants that register by Sept. 24.
Packet pickup and race day registration is set from 7:15 to 7:50 a.m. on race day at the Gause ISD gym.
For more information, contact the school at 979-279-5891.
Gause ISD sports are underway. The Gause Junior High football team will scrimmage in Normangee at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13. The volleyball teams played here on Wednesday. On Monday they played at Brazos Christian in Bryan. They will play back in Gause on Monday, Sept. 17 against Coupland. First game is at 5 p.m. Saturday the cross country teams were at the Lexington meet.
Dates for soccer games in Gause are Sept. 22, Oct. 6 and Oct. 20 and will end Oct. 27 in Cameron.
Renee’ Vinton and Lisa Koenig, joined by Desiree Reese of Thorndale, were in Caldwell on to participate in a 5K run. Lisa placed second overall.
Our sincere sympathy goes out to the family of Gerald Worrell who passed away last week.
Our family members were in Temple on Friday night to see Connelly Copper play football for the Bryan-St. Joesph Eagles. It was an exciting game and St. Joseph’s won.
Good luck to the Milano High School football teams this season. There are several boys from Gause on the teams.
4-H NEWS—The Gause 4-H Club met for their first meeting of the 2012-13 4-H year on Sept. 4 at the Gause school. The meeting was conducted by first vice president Kendall Lee. Members reported on 4-H activities they participated in during the summer.
The county 4-H newsletter was reviewed. Club member are selling Milam County 4-H raffle tickets and you may purchase these from any 4-H member.
Gause 4-H Club’s annual fall carnival and auction will be held Saturday, Oct. 27 at Gause school. Plans are in the works.
The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2 in the Gause school cafeteria.—Jaxon Hayles, reporter