Society

Gause NJHS inducts 14 new members

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

Gause Junior High National Junior Honor Society held its induction ceremony March 28 in the school gym. Inductees were 8th grader Blake McBee; 7th graders Keely Brown, Ashley Gongora, Shianna Tidwell, Seth Vinton; 6th graders Monica Bermudez, Tyrese Day, Kaylee Hawes, Anastasia Phillips, Blaide Reagan, Ashlynn Rogers, Clay Sheppard, Calla Vinton and Faith Walton.

The 2012- 2013 members include: Christina Zeig, Jaylyn Barcak, Kendall Lee, Cameron Cooper, Lynsie Kornegay, Matt Edgar, Kelaria King and Taylor Lange. A reception was held for these young people following the ceremony. Congratulations to each of you.

Gause students started taking the STAAR testing this week. These will be given at different dates throughout the month.

At 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 18, the Gause ISD Athletic Booster Club will have the annual sports banquet. This will be held in the school gym. I will have more info next week concerning the cost and purchasing of tickets.

Parents, beginning Wednesday, April 3 and each following Wednesday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. the Gause Baptist Church will have a meal and a time of fellowship in the church Fellowship Hall for you while your children and youth are having a meal, Bible Study and recreation in the Gause Baptist Church Family Life Center. Church members hope you will come and be a part of this new activity for our community. For more information you may contact Maxine McBee at 979- 279-5202.

Steve and Sandra Slay Timko of Frisco, Charles and Cheryl Slay Timko of Livingston and Tristan and Cindy Carmicheal and daughters Kelsie, Jaden and Madison of Aubrey spent the weekend here at the home place where Sandra and Cheryl grew up. They came especially at this time for the children to participate the annual Gause Community Easter Egg Hunt, that they remember from their childhood. It was good to see the families.

Saturday evening Wanda and Alfred Coats joined family members at the lake home of Ray and Paula Coats and family on Lake Limestone for a crawfish boil. Family members gathered here in Gause Sunday with Wanda and Alfred and Mildred Ely on to attend church services, followed by lunch and an Easter egg hunt for the kids.

Those who were in attendance included: Kevin and Lori Coats, Ray and Paula Coats, Sherri and James Rasco, Lauren and Blaine Ward, Grant and Pierce, Bryce and Natalie Rasco, and Grayson, Natalie’s parents from Kansas, Wesley and Melanie Rasco, Hayden and Gracie, Erica and Jason Starnes, Catlin and Rebecca Coats, Chelsi Coldiron, Noah and McKenzie, Phillip Rasco, Alyssa Roth and Pastor Lester and Nathalie Curtis. The annual Garrison-Hurt Family Easter Reunion was held Saturday at the country home of Patricia and Gary Shaw in Gause. There was 122 family members and friends in attendance. Trisha reports a great time of fellowship, delicious barbecue lunch, Easter egg hunt and they even had time to get in a fun softball game.

Bill and Luz Almond, Myranda Almond and son Jake spent the Easter weekend in Beaumont with relatives enjoying visiting, an Easter Egg hunt for the kids and a birthday party for Jake for his first birthday.

Spending Easter Sunday with Wayne and I were family members: Desiree’ and Allen Reese, Lucy and Lily of Thorndale, Kay and Claude Lagrone of Milano, Renee’ and Jerry Vinton, Seth, Calla and Isaac, Ray Cass, and our children, Kristi and Leah and grandson Jaxon and granddaughter Kendall.

Kelly and Chris Cooper, Connelly and Cameron went to Lake Conroe following church and visited with Dan and Maxine Cooper and other family members.

Grandson Jaxon was so excited Sunday morning. I heard him tell one of his cousins “I’m a stepdad.” Wondering why?

His lamb had twins, a boy and a girl, early Easter morning. Every couple of hours Kristi had to take him out to the pens and see if all was going well.

We really had a nice Sunday afternoon with our loved ones as I’m sure you that gathered with family and friends did also.


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