Several community groups to meet

By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

February is just about gone and March already upon us. February and March—our two back-to-back months that the days fall the same, except for Leap Year. Hope March is warmer.

Gause CIP will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, March 3 in the Gause Community Center. Gause 4-H Club will meet Tuesday, March 4 in the Gause ISD cafeteria.

Gause ISD Parents Club will meet in the school cafeteria on Monday, March 3. All parents are invited to attend and become involved with school activities for your children. Spring break for Gause students will be the week of March 10-14.

March 3-5 will be Gause junior high cheerleader and mascot clinic. Tryouts are on March 6.

Junior high track and field athletes are busy with practice. There will be a meet March 7 in Holland.

More family members celebrating birthdays this month. Lance and Chris turned another year older on Feb. 19 and my brother Jimmy another year on Feb. 27. Got to visit with Jimmy and Eloise Sunday evening. They came to our Family Night at church and he sang some specials. Even though he is my brother I can’t help but brag—he can really sing.

Our church is very blessed with music talent among our church family. And we are always pleased to have George Lambert, Sr. come and sing. He’s been absent the last few months and it was good to see him and son Med and great grandson, playing and singing.

This Family Night happens the last Sunday evening of each month at the Gause Baptist Church beginning at 6 p.m. (same as all Sunday evening services). You are cordially invited to join us, bring special song and music. After the singing we have a time of fellowship and food.

Lois Wilkins spent last week visiting her family in LaPorte and Evadale. She had the opportunity two attend a couple of playoff basketball games that grandson Jason Wilkins coach’s at West Orange. She reports having a wonderful time with family.


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