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January 28, 2015
1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
Club News
Prosser Rotary
By Mary M. Phillips
Brett Dillahunt, president and founder of Mustangs for Mustangs, a local non-profit assistance program, spoke to the Prosser Rotary Club on Jan. 22. Dillahunt, a social studies teacher at Prosser High School, said he originally conceived of the group as a Facebook page where a few friends, students and local residents could post about a need in the hopes that other members could offer assistance. Started just a few months ago, in July 2014, the group's membership reached 1500 within a week and at last count was over 3,900. The group is currently composed primarily of Mustang graduates and students, ranging from the class of 1949 to the class of 2021.

You should see the changes at the theatre!! Volunteers worked Saturday and Sunday some donated nearly 20 hours apiece this weekend to make improvements to the theatre.
The backstage has never looked better, the tech booth is looking organized, the office is moved downstairs, we have a theatre library, the bar area is more efficient and we are working on our catering kitchen!
Super thanks to Rick, Cyndil, Damon, Bob, Joseph, Richard, Leroy, Dave, Bill, Candace, Shara, John, SueEllen, Kacie and Suzy for all their volunteer work this past weekend!
Feb. 1 we will be serving food during the Super Bowl game and we will be having $2 Bloody Mart's with well Monarch and $2 domestic beers as well. Remember to those that are not members of the VFW. We rent out our banquet dining room, kitchen and backyard for birthday parties, reunions, family gatherings and anything else you could throw a party for. The room rental is $175.00 plus $75.00 cleaning deposit. If you are interested call Lisa at 786-1941. Thanks and hope to see you all soon!
The Prosser Eagles will be serving $3 tacos on Friday, Jan 30 from 5:30 p.m. until gone. Karaoke that night at 9 p.m. This is the place to be to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb 1 at 3 p.m. Everyone please bring in your favorite finger food, dish, or dessert to share with fellow fans. Door prizes to be handed out throughout the entire game. Also, that day we are raffling off a Seahawks recliner chair. $2 a ticket, buy your tickets at the Eagles. Valentine's Prime rib dinner, Saturday, Feb 14 at 5:3 p.m. 7 p.m. $15 a person, buy your dinner tickets by Tuesday, Feb 10.

Bank account set up for stabbing victim's family

Grandview - A bank account has been set up in the name of the mother of a 25-year old Grandview man who was fatally stabbed late last year, to help with his funeral expenses.
An account has been set up at the Prosser branch of Yakima Federal Savings and Loan in the name of Maria Elena Mendez. That account number is 06 1010 1846. 
Benton County Cattlemen's Association Annual Banquet

Annual banquet, 5:30 social 6:30 dinner at the Walter Clore Wine and Food Center.
The Country Gentlemen will cater the event and beef is what's for dinner.  There will be a silent and live auction; with Dick Culver as the evenings auctioneer.
Princess Theatre offers Valentine package, hilarious play

By Candace Andrews
Valley Theater Company is arranging the perfect evening for a Valentine's date or a group of friends. It pairs a catered, sit-down dinner with a hilarious, romantic comedy.
VTC will present five performances of Altar Egos, including performances at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 13, 14, 20 and 21, with a 2 p.m. matinee on Feb. 21, in the Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Avenue in Prosser.  The Feb. 14 performance includes an optional dinner/play package.
This riotous spoof begins when Mark and Colleen agree, "All we want is a simple wedding," as they get engaged. And their simple wedding stays simple, for about two minutes. Then, the families get involved.