The hottest ticket in town; the Eighth Annual Art Walk & Wine Gala
July is time for the Prosser Chamber of Commerce's 8th Annual Art Walk & Wine Gala.  On Saturday July 16, the historic streets of downtown Prosser will be transformed into a delightful garden of greenery, music and art. Yellow Rose Nursery will once again create an enchanted park in downtown Prosser complete with foliage, benches and fountains.

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Photo courtesy of Tracy Boyle
Kathy Corliss of Prosser Rotary gives check of $2,500 to Prosser Young Life to upgrade their computers. This and other funds will not only help Young Life replace their current 9-year old laptop, but also provide for another desktop or two for the local office for administrative work and availability for kids to do homework and projects on. Pictured from l-r; Kathy Corliss, Mark Phipps, Dakota Fayard, Thomas Baxter and Angel Hardy. To learn more contact Prosser Young Life at 509-781-0189.

Preparing students for high demand ag careers

By Victoria Walker
The Agricultural Science Institute was hosted by Prosser High School last week. "We are hosting 20 Agricultural Science teachers from across the state of Washington," says Denine Trump, FFA advisor at the high school.  The visitors were learning a program called Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE).   According to Trump, CASE is designed to prepare students for work in high demand science careers in Agriculture.  There were two  instructors, Jennifer Mason from Othello and Matt Eddy from Iowa were the lead instructors at the PHS Institute.

Greater Tuna plus twenty at the Princess

By Victoria Walker
The play Greater Tuna originally debuted inAustin, Texas, in the fall of 1981, and premiered off-Broadway in 1982.  The show has two actors who each play twenty different characters. The Princess Theatre in Prosser will be producing their own version of Greater Tuna.
The story is about the fictitious town of Tuna, Texas, located in west Texas, about half-way between San Angelo and Hell. Though the action takes place in the early eighties, nothing has changed since then.
Family friendly Farmers Market and fun on 1st Friday

By Victoria Walker
The theme for the August 1sts Friday is Family Friendly, Farmers' Market, Fun! Historic Downtown Prosser Association (HDPA) is hosting the Prosser Farmers Market in the parking lot next to American West Bank!
There will be a number of vendors selling their wares including: Mission Soy Company, Melody & M.E., Le Grande Fromage, Jackie's Hats, Bautista Farms and many more.