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October 22, 2014
1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
Club News

Think pink and learn about detection
Photo by Elena Olmstead
PMH Medical Center's annual Think Pink event brought out dozens of people, giving them a chance to take part in free health care screenings, learn more about breast cancer and what detection methods they can use. During the event breast cancer survivor Miechelle Fulton was on hand to talk to people about her experiences and let people know what they should be looking for when doing their own self exams. Here Fulton, center, talks to Yvette Fitzgerald of Prosser.

Please accept this invitation to come to the Princess Theatre this evening (Wednesday!) to meet our new theater manager, Shara Forrister, and the first artistic director for Valley Theater Company, Richard Reuther.
The theatre's Green Room will be open from 7 to 8:30 pm for this meet and greet open house. We will serve dessert, coffee and cider. Adults who wish to purchase a glass of wine may do so. All ages are welcome to attend!
Come join us Sundays for $2 Bloody Mary's and 50 cents off all beer, every Sunday all day long.Oct. 25 we will be having a pig roast. Anyone that would like to bring a side dish would be very helpful.Pig should be ready to eat by mid-afternoon.Halloween Party, Oct. 31, Steve Beierle & Friends will be playing that evening starting at 9 p.m. 'til midnight.Costume party winners awarded for best costume.No cover charge and drink specials all evening long.Come join us and have some fun.
Prosser Eagles
The Prosser Eagles will be serving chicken enchiladas on Friday, Oct 24 for $7 a plate at 5:30 p.m. until gone.Karaoke that night at 9 p.m., also that night we will be raffling off two tickets to the Seahawks vs. Raiders game plus a parking pass.Raffle tickets are $1 and you can buy your tickets at the Eagles.The adult Halloween costume party will be Friday, Oct 31.Prizes for best costume and first, second and third place. Special prizes for most original, funniest, sexiest and scariest. Leadfoot Band will be playing that night from 8 p.m. to midnight, they play classic rock.The Kids Halloween party will be Saturday, Nov. 1 from 3 to 5p.m. We will also have family karaoke that day.

City Council

By Rebecca Fink
Tuesday, Oct. 14, Prosser City Council held two Public Hearings - the second to receive citizen comment on Recreational and Medical Cannabis Facility Regulations and the first to receive citizen comment on 1401 Kinney Way Rezoning.
Gayle Wheeler stood before council, "I can't sit back and ignore this issue," she commented.  Her concerns were twofold, first "...fear of litigation, I can understand that as a threat..." and secondly "...dollars that would come to the community."
Peggy Brown voiced her opinion as she spoke, "I will continue to put this in the fore front, and I am against all three different forms - farming, retail and medical."