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Bible study, fellowship set at Gause Baptist
By Wanda Lee Reporter correspondent

Youngsters and youth of the community and the Gause Baptist Church invite you to their Wednesday evening summer activities beginning at 6:30 p.m. with a time of fellowship, recreation, food and Bible study in the Family Life Center.

At the same time adults are meeting in the church fellowship hall for a meal and a time of fellowship while your children are having their activities. Something for the entire family.

Donnie and Maxine McBee joined their daughters and sonin laws in the mountains of Chama, New Mexico last week. The McBees, Deana and Tommy Owens left Gause last Sunday morning for the trip. They joined Donna and Tommy Stuckey at their mountain getaway for the week. They report having a wonderful time and enjoyed seeing all the wildlife. One thing they did not see were the bears, but did find a little lost lamb, who luckily they reunited with his shepherd.

One day the daughters and sons-in-law went rock hunting and Maxine reports they found some that were beautiful. They report no snow, but sleet and cold nights and a wonderful trip.

The Shafer family country home was the setting this weekend for a family get-together. Eugene and Elaine and daughters, Kim and Chad Hahn, Macey, Braden and Kellan from Yorktown, Melissa and Michael Shehane and Will of College Station, Hubert and Opal Shafer of Franklin, Debra and Jarrod Russell and Graham of Tomball, Frank Shafer, Phillip Shafer of Franklin and William Shafer of The Woodlands enjoyed a day of visiting and enjoying some good food.

Gause 4-H members Katelyn Trowbridge, Kendall Lee, Cameron Cooper and Connelly Cooper enter their 4-H record books for judging last Thursday. All 4 record books advanced to District 8 competition. Congratulations to these 4-Hers for their work. Several of the young people here in the community are experiencing something new this summer. They have jobs. Good experiences for what they might want or not want to do when they finish high school.

Jaxon Hayles is back home after spending some time with his dad, grandparents and other family members in the Galveston area. They spent one week at the beach.


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