Baptist Church Easter egg hunt set Saturday

Reporter correspondent

Springtime is here for sure. Showers and stormy weather, warm one day, cool front same day, high winds, beautiful colors of green, pretty spring flowers and allergies. If you are someone who can say you’ve never had any allergies I will share mine with you. If you are one of the lucky ones who never have allergies—be thankful.

Hopefully by Saturday morning all of this crazy weather will be settled and we will have a beautiful morning for the annual Community Easter Egg Hunt at the Gause Baptist Church starting at 10. There will be a short program in the church sanctuary followed by the Egg Hunt. Following the hunt refreshments will be served. Please bring some type of refreshments (cookies, cake, candy, etc) when you bring the youngsters.

Your eggs for hiding need to be brought to the Gause Baptist Church or Coats Grocery by 9:30 a.m. This is a community activity and all youngsters of the community and guests are cordially invited to come.

All churches of the Gause community invite you to attend the worship service of your choice Easter Sunday as they do for every Sunday.

Gause ISD students will have an early out Friday.

On April 22- 23, Gause third through eighth graders will be taking more STAAR tests— math and social studies.

Archer Hoyt had surgery in Houston this past week and as of Sunday evening reported to be doing good. Wayne and I joined family members and friends on Saturday afternoon for the beautiful garden wedding of granddaughter Kristian Lee to Roman Morales that was held at the country home of her great uncle and aunt, Edward and Sandra Dworaczyk, near Milano. Following the wedding a barbecue meal and wedding cake and punch was served.

On April 5, Shirley and Chuck Cernuch hosted Shirley’s family (the Woods) reunion at their country home out from Gause. Over 100 family members and friends with travel trailers and tents all over the grounds for the weekend.

As musical as that family is don’t you just know there was lots of good music being played and sung.

Next month is May and time for the Gause Cemetery Association annual Mothers Day Homecoming Program and dinner under the shade trees.

This year the program will be held at the Gause Baptist Church. The program will begin at 10:45 a.m. after which everyone will spread their lunch on the picnic tables next to the cemetery. Looking forward to seeing you all that come back to Gause at this time each year.

If you would like to be on the program with special music or fill in another place please give me a call, 979-279-2472.

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