Annual community Thanksgiving meal set at Gause Baptist Church
The annual Community Thanksgiving luncheon will be held Sunday, Nov. 11 at the Gause Baptist Church Family Life Center. This is free to all in the Gause Community. It is requested that the ladies bring a dessert. If there is more that you would like to do please call Wanda Coats at 979-279-3152 and she can let you know what more is needed.
This Saturday morning will conclude the soccer games that will be played here in Gause for the season. The youngsters have had a great time and there have been so many youngsters involved this year. Games will begin around 8:15 a.m. and all will be finished around the noon hour.
The Gause C ommuni t y Improvement Program (CIP) met for its monthly meeting Oct. 8 in the Gause Community Center. Plans were discussed and decisions made for the annual December community Christmas program and dinner, which will be held at the Gause Community Center on Saturday, Dec. 8.
The program will begin at 11 a.m. and will be followed with a soup and salad luncheon at noon. The CIP members will provide the soups and you are asked to bring a salad and/or a dessert to round out the meal. If you would like to be a part of the program please give me a call to let me know, 979-279-2472.
The next meeting for the CIP will be at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 5 in the community center.
A reminder the election, presidential, county, state and the Gause ISD school board elections will be held at the Gause Community Center on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Our sincere sympathy to the family of Robert (Bob) Mikulec who passed away last week. Funeral services were held on Tuesday in Hearne.
Gary and Trisha Shaw have been traveling around this fall to watch grandchildren and other relatives in the volleyball, track and football games.
On Friday, Oct. 19 Gause ISD students will have a school holiday. Teachers will have a Staff Development Day.
Thursday and Friday there will be Gause students participating in the Home Economics Show at the Rockdale Fair, plus 4-H members will be showing animals in the livestock dhow. Best of luck to all of these youth.
Gause Junior High volleyball teams have two more out of town games and then on Monday, Oct. 29 their last game of the season will be here in Gause with Allen Academy. Games will begin at 5 p.m.
Gause ISD cross country team members participated in the Franklin Invitational on Saturday and came home with some medals.
Thanks to the Central Texas Hospital staf f members who came to Gause on Friday and gave the flu shots.
On Oct. 27 beginning at 5 p.m. the Gause 4-H Club annual fall carnival and auction fund-raiser will be held in the Gause ISD Gym. Games and concession stands start at 5 p.m. followed by the youngsters costume contest around 6:30 p.m. and the auction at 7 p.m. Come out and support the youth of our community. Money made from this event assures that our 4-H youth of the community have the opportunity to participate in life learning skills to prepare them for now and later on in life.