Rescheduled Sugarloaf Fun Run this Saturday
A couple of reminders for community activities this week. The Gause ISD Booster Club will be having the rain delayed Sugarloaf Fun Run on Saturday, Nov. 10 with registering and such beginning at the Gause school parking lot at 8 a.m.
On Sunday, Nov. 11 the annual Gause Community-wide Thanksgiving lunch will be served at the Gause Baptist Church Family Life Center. This is a free meal for the community, put together by different ones of the community. It is requested that the ladies of the community furnish desserts. Serving will begin at 11 am.
Gause 4-H Club and students of Gause ISD will be collecting food for the annual Community Thanksgiving Food Drive the week of Nov. 12-16. The food will be distributed to those in need in time for Thanksgiving. Your contributions to the project will be greatly appreciated.
Then from Dec. 10-14 the Gause 4-H Club and Gause ISD students will be collecting Christmas gifts for the less fortunate children of the community to make their Christmas better. More on this later.
Wow, can you imagine the discussion is about planning end of the year activities? Where has 2012 gone and is it a good thing or a bad thing?
Gause Junior High athletes are into full swing at basketball practice. Their first game will be here in Gause against Coupland on Thursday, Nov. 15 beginning at 5 p.m. The sports games played here in the Gause gym are free for senior citizens.
Kristi Lee, Kelly and Chris Cooper and Cameron went to Schertz on Friday evening to watch the St. Joseph’s School of Bryan play football. Connelly Cooper is on that team. St. Joe’s won. They then went on into San Antonio and spent the night and Saturday with the girls’ brother Craig.
Remember the children craft day this Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Gause Baptist Church Family Life Center for youngsters three years through 5th grade. It will begin at 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. You may call Patti Kornegay at 979-204- 3219 for more info.
Hope you hunters had better luck Saturday morning than Wayne had, but there is always next time.
Gause ISD students are busy getting ready with studying for upcoming UIL contest to be held in December.