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Gause Baptist youth set bake sale for Saturday

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By Wanda Lee
Reporter correspondent

Youth of Gause Bapt ist Church will have a bake sale Saturday, Oct. 6 at Coats Grocery from 8-11 a.m. Come out and support this group of young people of our community.

Central Texas Hospital in Cameron will have employees at the Gause Community Center from 8-11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 12 to administer flu shots. We are so glad to have them come to do this. Cost is $20. That’s better than having to go to my doctor in Bryan or anywhere else out of town).

Visiting with Bobbie Hairston on Saturday were Steve Basco and his girlfriend from Victoria. Bobbie reports God answered another prayer.

Gause ISD fourth and seventh grade Texas History classes will attend the El Camino Real Trail dedication at Apache Pass near Rockdale on Monday, Oct. 8. Soccer games will be played here on the Gause fields Saturday. The games begin around 8 a.m. and finish up around noon.

Gause Junior High volleyball teams will play Allen Academy in Bryan on Oct. 15. Games begin at 5 p.m.

Gause ISD Parents Club will sponsor Red Ribbon Week on Oct. 23-31. This is promoting a drug and bullying free school.

There are a lot of activities going on in our community organizations and if you would like to be a part of any of them I bet you could.

Funeral services for Jo Ann Johnson McCormick of Franklin were held Saturday at Gause Baptist Church. Burial was in the Gause Cemetery. Jo Ann grew up here in Gause. Our sincere sympathy to this family.


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