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Community-wide food drive set Nov. 18-22

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent


WEBELOS RECOGNIZED—Members of Cub Scout Pack 789 Webelos 2 Den were recently recognized during a Milano ISD school board meeting. Den members were acknowledged for their work towards their Scholar Activity badge. Pictured (L-R) Milano ISD superintendent Robert Westbrook, Jayden Garcia, Justin Gage, Riley Spears and Milano secondary principal Brad Jones. WEBELOS RECOGNIZED—Members of Cub Scout Pack 789 Webelos 2 Den were recently recognized during a Milano ISD school board meeting. Den members were acknowledged for their work towards their Scholar Activity badge. Pictured (L-R) Milano ISD superintendent Robert Westbrook, Jayden Garcia, Justin Gage, Riley Spears and Milano secondary principal Brad Jones. With the help of the Gause ISD students, the Gause 4-H Club will sponsor the annual community-wide Thanksgiving food drive the week of Nov. 18-22. The food will be distributed the first of Thanksgiving Day week. If you would like to be a part of this community service activity you may contact me or take items/money donations for turkey or ham to the school office.

Many thanks to all who came out and supported the Gause Baptist Church Youth Fall Carnival this past Saturday. It was a success and the money will be used for their mission trip to Tennessee this summer.

Hope you deer hunters had a successful weekend and if you didn’t there is lots more time left in the season—isn’t there? Granddaughter Kendall got a nice one during youth weekend.

The rains this past week were a welcome sight. It certainly put new life into the rose bushes.

Darlene Anglen went on a trip Sunday with one of the organizations that she is a member and reported she has a lot of new info about roses. Hoping she will share with me a little of what she learned. I enjoy my roses.

There is one more junior high volleyball game here at 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7.

Basketball gets underway on Nov. 19 with games at Harmony Science Academy.

Had a nice visit with Jimmy Stubbs at Coats Grocery. He and his wife live in Bryan now. First time to see him in ages.

If you have some news give me a call.


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