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Cooper, Hurt win top athletic banquet award
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

The Gause ISD Booster Club sponsored the annual sports banquet last Thursday evening in the school gym and it was very nice. Participants from the various sports were recognized for their accomplishments. There was a catered dinner and it was very good food. Recipients of the Bill Hairrell Award were eighth graders Cameron Cooper and Presley Hurt. Special thanks goes to our athletic director and coach Jacob Dent, coach Jordan Dent and girls volleyball coach Beverly Renner.

Gause ISD students are taking more STARR test this week.

Gause 4-H members Seth Vinton, Calla Vinton, Kendall Lee, Connelly Cooper and Cameron Cooper participated in the Shooting Sports Extravaganza in Brownwood on Saturday. They were accompanied by family members. A group from the Gause Baptist Church were in Rockdale Saturday evening to hear the Parental Care Ministry Children’s Choir from Uganda in concert at the Rockdale First Baptist Church Family Life Center.

Abbigail Miller recently participated in the District 8 4-H Roundup. She placed second in the junior poetry and prose Share-the-Fun contest and second in the junior buying dressy division of the fashion show. Congratulations to Abbigail.

In your prayers remembers all who were affected by the devastating events in Boston and in West this past week.

The Mothers Day Homecoming program planning is coming along nicely. And if you want to be a part of the program please let me know as soon as possible. My number is 979-279-2472.


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