Rains almost cancel soccer again
Wasn’t the rain great this past weekend. Saturday morning at 8 a.m. it looked like another cancel of the soccer games but it cleared and all games were played. Also a good turnout of spectators. The games will be played in Cameron this Saturday.
Plans are well underway for the Sugarloaf Mountain Historical Marker program at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. Make plans to attend.
Gause Junior High football team won their game against Giddings Immanuel Lutheran on Thursday. They will play at 5 p.m. Friday in Bryan at Allen Academy.
The GJH volleyball team participated in the Westphalia Tournament on Saturday and won second place. Congratulations to the girls and Coach Lisa Koenig. Their next game at home will be Oct. 14 against St. Joseph of Bryan at 4 p.m. There was a cross country meet on Monday and I will have results next week.
Last weekend Maxine McBee invited her sister-in-laws Nita Tucker of Cypress and Mary Sawyer of Terrall into she and Donnie’s country home in Gause for a girls weekend. Maxine reports having a great get-together.
The Gause CIP will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7 at the Gause Community Center.
On Tuesday, Oct. 8 the Capital Area Food Bank will be at the Community Center.
Funeral services were held for Hilton Butler on Monday at the Gause United Methodist Church. He passed away at an Austin hospital on Thursday. Burial was in the Gause Cemetery. Our sincere sympathy to his son Larry and family members.