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June 22, 2016
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More Bang for Your Buck
The Fourth of July is rapidly approaching and Prosser Rotary is gearing up for the annual fireworks show at Art Fiker Stadium.  This year should be a blast……but, yes there is a but……. the show is funded completely by donations and Prosser Rotary could use a hand.

Prosser Scottish Festival 2016
The Campbell Clan gathered to play traditional Scottish music at the Scottish Festival last weekend at the Port of Benton's park. 

Fireworks Regulations F.Y.I.

Everyone loves the fourth of July and we celebrate with a bang, but if fireworks are where the bang comes from, here are some regulations you should be aware of. A report prepared by the Washington State Patrol - State Fire Marshal's Office provides an overview of the fireworks-related injuries and fires that took place in Washington State during 2015.

Little Miss Prosser 2016

Prosser - Do you know a little girl who loves dancing, dressing up and feeling like a princess?  The Little Miss Prosser Pageant is now accepting applications for the Fourth of July show!
The pageant was started in 2007 by Cassandra Shaw as her senior project.
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Prosser High School Class of 2016!

The Class of 2016 throw mortars in the air in celebration of completing their 12 years of school. The weather was perfect for the graduation ceremony on Saturday.  Congratulations Class of 2016!!!

$4,448,450.00 offered to the Class of 2016

Prosser High School graduating seniors class of 2016 received more than $4,448,450. million dollars in scholarship offerings with $98,000 of that total being local money offered. 
The scholarships are from local, state and national organizations that help supplement tuition, books, living expenses, travel and other costs associated with college careers. 
Seniors Walk the Line

On Friday, June 10, the day before graduation, seniors walked the halls of Whitstran Elementary, Prosser Heights Elementary and Keene Riverview inspiring young students to one day be Prosser graduates.
"This was an amazing experience for our students. They loved seeing the graduates in their cap and gown. Hopefully, this will be another inspiration to one day too be a Prosser High Graduate!
Dr. Barmore Retires from Optometry

Dr. Warren Barmore is a highly energetic 74-year-old man about to retire as an Optometrist in Prosser for 46 years.  He has seen patients in the same office for 41 of those years.  "I am on my 3rd generation of people here," said Barmore.  He and his wife, Marjorie, have raised a daughter, Melissa and now her children here in Prosser.