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Community
September 24, 2014
1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
Class of 1949-1950

Photo courtesy of Benton County Historical Museum
Is there a Prosser Record-Bulletin reader who can help identify the student in Mrs. Causton's class, school year 1949-1950?  The children appear to be in the 5th or 6th grade.  Note: in a class of 31 students, there are 25 girls and six boys.  Please contact the Benton County Museum at 509-786-3842 to help us put names to these angelic young faces.

Such fun!!
Thank you to everyone who attended and supported Girls Night Out! Generous donors to our silent auction, fabulous vendors and gracious guests all contributed to the evening's success. Proceeds will help maintain and grow the Princess!
Huge thanks to my volunteer team:  Linda Adams, Nancy Bender, Alison Bryan, Dottie Cervantes, Joseph Charvet, Shara Forrister, Sandy Freepons, Marcia Hopkins, Christy Humann, Rick James, Damon Johnson, Suzy Kephart, Linda Pietz, Bruce Schaaf and Diane Whitley. Volunteers keep the Princess alive!
Alpaca farms open this weekend

Prosser - Want something unique to do between balloon launches this weekend?  Visit an alpaca farm!
To celebrate National Alpaca Farm Days, valley alpaca farms will be open to the public from 11a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 27 and 28.  Visitors may meet the alpacas, talk with breeders, see fiber arts demonstrations, shop beautiful alpaca retail, enjoy refreshments and more.
Jim and Linda Mackey, of Natural Maximum Alpacas, will open their new farm store at 160902 W. North River Road in Prosser. Linda is known for her stunning felted alpaca hats made from her own alpacas' fiber, as well as handsome knitted items.
Gordon Taylor, Winemaker and Owner of Davenlore Winery was the speaker at the Prosser Rotary Club on September 18.  His remarks were timely since the 28 wineries that claim a Prosser address are just beginning their crush. 
Taylor briefly summarized the seasons since he started making wine here in 2005.  The 2011 season was the coolest and 2013 the warmest with 2014 likely to exceed that.
Beginning in 2012 local wineries and businesses came together to form the Prosser Wine Network which at the present time consists of 22 members. 
Valley Theater sets auditions for holiday show

Prosser - Valley Theater Company will conduct open auditions for its holiday show, "The Rented Christmas," on Sunday and Monday, Sept. 28 and 29 at the Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Avenue, in Prosser.
This is a sweet holiday story about a man who hasn't enjoyed "a real Christmas" for years. So, on the spur of the moment, he decides to "rent" a Christmas - completed with a tree, presents, carols, a wife and five children - from the local rent shop.