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Community
April 22, 2015
1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
Town Crier
Prosser Rotary
By Mary M. Phillips

Miss Prosser 2015, Lauren Estey, and two of the Miss Prosser princesses, Stephanie Castilleja and Lauren Barrera, spoke to the Prosser Rotary Club on April 16. They were joined by Kathy Aubrey and Rob Siemens who for the past few years have been instrumental in the creation of the annual Prosser float.

Paterson PTO
Paterson PTO will be holding their monthly meeting this Thursday April 23rd at 3:00pm. Also we still need volunteers for the McNary Dam field trip. If interested please contact PTO.
The Prosser Conservatory of Theatre for Children (PCTC)
The Prosser Conservatory of Theatre for Children (PCTC) has been holding a theater camp for more than eight years now, and this year we are offering scholarship auditions to children 8-14 years old. Auditions offer kids a chance to have a real audition experience, and the winners will receive a full tuition scholarship for this year's summer conservatory. Auditions are Thursday, April 23 at 6:15 PM in the Prosser High School Theater Arts Room, located in the white church. Have your child prepare a 1-2 minute monologue or reading. Memorization is preferred, but not required. Here are a few ideas: Poems, Dr. Seuss readings, Shel Silverstein, or monologues from plays. We are looking for word emphasis, projection, attitude, ability to take direction, and leadership potential.  Please feel free to contact Mari Page, PCTC President, if you have any questions:  801-635-7457.
All you can eat Breakfast
The Prosser Senior Citizens Club will hold their "All you can eat" Breakfast on Sunday April 26. The location: 1231 Dudley Ave., Prosser. Time: 8:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Menu: Pancakes, Syrup, Scrambled Eggs, Ham, Juice and Coffee. Price: Adults - $5.00, Children - $3.00. Hope that you can join us for great food, visiting and seeing friends.
2ndAnnual Okanogan Valley Fiber Festival
2ndAnnual Okanogan Valley Fiber Festival on May 30-31, 2015from 9 - 4 at the Okanogan County Fairgrounds Agriplex located at 175 Rodeo Trail Rd in Okanogan, WA 98840.  Bringing fiber producers and users together to celebrate natural fibers in all forms.  This is a free family event featuring vendors, workshops, live shearing demo and fleece grading, food and more.www.okfiberfest.org
Bible talks
A series of "Bible Talks" will be held at the Benton PUD auditorium from 7:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday evenings during the month of April. All are welcome. If you have questions, call Terri Marsh at 1-253-444-8904
Lower Valley Special Needs Dance
Lower Valley Special Needs Dance this Spring Donations are Needed. My senior project is the Special Needs Dance for high school students set for this April at the Princess Theater. The theme is Super Heroes and the students can wear a costume if they wish. I am planning on having music, food, buttons, and possibly a limo ride. An account has been set up at the Yakima Federal Savings Bank under Special Needs Prom. If you would like to donate any item please contact my mentor Karen Hall at (509) 832-2336.
TOPS Meetings Thursday Nights
TOPS # WA 1496 Prosser meets on Thursday nights at the Benton REA building, 402 7th St. in Prosser. Please enter through the gate at the rear of the building. Weigh in is from 6 to 6:30 p.m. and the meetingstarts at 6:30 p.m. For more information contact Blanche Kidd at (509) 786- 7704.
Collecting pop tabs for Ronald McDonald House
The Ronald McDonald House (RMH) of Spokane benefits from the collection of metal tabs found on everything from pop and beer cans to cans of dog food and soup. The tabs are brought to RMH where they are recycled. The money raised from the tabs goes to help pay for utilities and other needs. There are two locations to drop off your tabs in Prosser the First Presbyterian Church and the Prosser Record- Bulletin. If you need someone to pick up your tabs p

Benton Countyh Museum's Wild West Book & Travel Club

Founded in 1811 and named for its patron John Jacob Astor, Astoria is the oldest U.S. settlement west of the Rocky Mountains.  It sits just east of the famous Columbia River Bar - a place of ferocious surf and currents where the mighty Columbia River battles the strength of the Pacific Ocean.  The bar is known to sailors around the world as the "Graveyard of the Pacific."   The Astoria area is brimming with western history, breathtaking views and fresh Northwest seafood.