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 the Field Family
The Field Family photo at Glacier National Park this summer. From left to right: top - Molly, Burr, Rachel, Mary Jean; bottom - Christy, Carl and Jeannie Rose.

A lifetime of faith, caring and a calling

By Victoria Walker
 "My motivation in caring for people has everything to do with my faith. I try to care for people holistically because I believe God cares deeply for each person. I think it is kind of a basic calling. It's why I'm doing what I'm doing. It is the reason I came here, and it is the reason I'm staying here. It's a thread that goes throughout my whole practice. It has kept me focused," says Dr. Burr Field. "I have never ever had someone refuse when I offer to pray with them. It's my way of caring for the whole person, not just their medical issues."  Dr. Fields has worked as a medical doctor in Prosser for over 30 years. 

Catholic Family & Child Services is busy place

By Victoria Walker
April is national volunteerism month and Natalie Curfman, is the volunteer services 'Coordinator Lead' for Catholic Family & Child Services in Eastern Washington.
 "On March 28 we will be having fun.  We are recognizing our current team of volunteers.   We have about 22-23 active volunteers on the team," says Curfman.  There will be a potluck at noon at Christian Reform Church in Sunnyside.
"Our program serves low-income elders (60+) and adults with disabilities with chore help like: transportation, yard work, housework, wheelchair ramp building, etc.We serve the Lower Valley and our volunteers come from most of the different Lower Valley communities," says Curfman.

New Officer Scott Orate sworn in

By Victoria Walker
Officer Scott Orate 33, was sworn in during City Council on March 2 in Prosser. 
Most recently Orate came from Sunnyside where he continues to live.  Orate originates from Crescent City, CA. where his parents still live.  Orate has a three year old son Jackson who also resides in Sunnyside.
Orate served in the Coast Guard for seven years active duty and four years.  He was stationed in Neigh Bay and Honolulu Hawaii.  He has his AA degree in Criminal Justice and in a few weeks will hold his BA in Criminal Justice Administration.

Prosser Boys and Girls
Club receive financial boost
Prosser - The Boys and Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties recently received a $1,000 donation from AmericanWest Bank to support its ongoing programs for school-aged children. The Club's Prosser Branch, which opened in 2010 in partnership with the City of Prosser and the Prosser School District, serves 300 kids every year with activities ranging from reading programs to summer swimming and other recreational programs.

Washington drivers are reminded to remove studded tires by March 31

Olympia As spring approaches across the region, the Washington State Department of Transportation reminds drivers to remove their studded tires by midnight Sunday, March 31.
Under state law, driving with studded tires after March 31, is a traffic infraction and could result in a $124 ticket.
In addition, studs can wear down pavement, so removing them promptly helps extend the lifetime of state roadways. Tire removal services can get crowded as the deadline approaches, so please plan accordingly.