Society

Youth arts, crafts event set for Saturday

gause news
By Wanda Lee
Reporter correspondent

I f your youngsters have no plans for this Saturday, they are invited to come and have some fun time at the Gause Baptist Church Family Life Center where they can participate in an arts and crafts day. This will begin at 11 a.m. and will conclude soon after 1 p.m. A noon meal will be served.

Also each Wednesday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. all youth of the community and their friends are invited to Wednesday evening services at the Family Life Center. They have a time of recreation in the gym, a meal is served and then a Bible Study. This is for ages three through high school. While the children are having their time parents are invited to the church fellowship hall for a meal and time of fellowship.

This week starts the beginning of the last six weeks of the school year for students. Wow, where did this school year go?

We have two couples in town who had new grandchildren this past week, both born on the same day, April 8.

Ricky and Charolette Kleiber’s new granddaughter Maci Rose was born to Christopher and Christy Kleiber. She weighed seven pounds 14 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Arthur Anderson and Kristina and Carl Kocman all of Bryan. Chuck and Shirley Cernuch are paternal great grandparents.

Eugene and Elaine Baumann have a new grandson, Kellan Luke Hahn born to Kim and Chad Hahn of Yorktown. He weighed seven pounds 15 ounces at birth.

He is also welcomed by paternal grandparents Fred and Carlee Hahn of Yorktown and sister Macey and brother Braden. Congratulation to these families.

Alfred and Wanda Coats went to Harlingen on Saturday to attend the pinning ceremony for granddaughter Rebecca Coats who has finished Dental Hygiene School. Following the ceremony graduates and guests were honored with a dinner and a slide show. Next step—state board exams.

Rebecca’s guests included her grandparents, her parents Ray and Paula Coats, brother and sister-in-law Trey and Melanie Coats and sister Caitlin. Wanda Sue reports that it was a wonderful trip and Harlingen is a beautiful town, so many pretty trees and flowers.

Again let me remind you if you want to be a part of the Gause Cemetery Association Mother’s Day Homecoming program please give me a call as I am trying to get it ready for print.


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