Society

GISD open house Thursday

gause news
By Wan da Lee
Reporter correspondent

The first bell of the 2013-14 Gause school year will be at 7:45 a.m. Monday, Aug. 26. Teachers are at the school this week getting ready for the day.

On Thursday, Aug. 22, students and parents are encouraged to attend Open House and meet the teachers from 5 to 7 p.m.

The first junior high volleyball game will be here in the Gause gym at 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 26. Lisa Lambert Koenig is coaching the girls.

New athletic director and boys coach is Daniel Minor. We are pleased to have him as a member of our community and he’s excited to be here so let’s get excited with him and give him and the teams our support.

We have several new teachers at the school this year and we are pleased to have them also.

Renee’ and Jerry Vinton, Seth, Calla and Isaac and Ray Cass recently vacationed in Tennessee and surrounding states and report having a fun time.

Our sympathy to the family of Scott Wilson who passed away over the weekend after having a heart attack one day last week. Scott is the son of my cousin Dave Wilson who grew up here in Gause.

Devonte Jones and family visited here over the weekend with grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Bill Jones and other family members. Our grandson Jaxon and Devonte started Pre-K together and are good friends. Although Devonte and family have moved away he and Jaxon get together when they can. This past Friday they went to the movies in Bryan and then back to Jaxon’s to spend the night.

Saturday afternoon Jaxon went to his dad’s for a visit with family until this weekend.

Kendall Lee, Connelly and Cameron Cooper and Kelly and Chris Cooper joined other members and parents of the Milam County 4-H Shooting Sports Club for a swim party and hamburgers at the pool in Thorndale on Sunday evening.

Youth and adult leaders from Gause Baptist Church had their final outing before school starts as they gathered after church Sunday for lunch at the Dixie Café in Hearne.


Click here for digital edition
2013-08-22 digital edition



The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


Click here to register for the 5 Kay!