Society

‘Craft day’ set for Saturday at Gause FBC Family Life Center

By Wanda Lee
Reporter correspondent

A reminder of the Valentine Banquet, sponsored by Gause Baptist Church youth, that is being held Saturday at 6 p.m. in the church Family Life Center. Tickets are $10 a person and can be purchased at Coats Grocery or at the door.

Our sincere sympathy to the family of Frances Marie Hurbst Sprano who passed away on Feb. 4 in Virginia. Frances Marie grew up here in Gause. Funeral services were held in Virginia.

If you have a special little one that you want to do something for, attend the Gause Parents Club Book Fair that is being held in the school library this week and purchase them a book.

The Gause junior high boys and girls basketball teams will participate in the Allen Academy Classic tournament in Bryan Thursday through Saturday.

Ladies that like to exercise, just in case you didn’t know the Gause Baptist Church is sponsoring an exercise class each Tuesday and Thursday from 7-8 p.m. in the upstairs of the Family Life Center. You are invited to attend. Word is they are having a great turnout and an enjoyable time.

4-H NEWS—The Gause 4-H club met Feb. 5 in the Gause School cafeteria. The meeting was conducted by club president Seth Vinton. Reports were given by of f icers. Upcoming 4-H activities were discussed and members will be participating in the home economics and livestock divisions of the Milam County Livestock Show in March.

After the business meeting the group addressed Valentines for two nursing homes and one Veterans home. This weekend some Gause 4-H members and families will be in San Antonio for the SALE Consumer Decision Making Contest.

The club’s next meeting will be at 7 p.m. March 5 in the school cafeteria.—Jaxon Hayles, reporter


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