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August 26, 2015
1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
Club News

Town Crier
On Aug. 13, Deb Heintz, Executive Director of the Prosser Economic Development Association (EDA), gave a talk on the association's mission, annual report and recent projects. Prosser EDA, which is a 501 c(3) non-profit organization, was started in the 1980s in order to facilitate projects and business recruitment beyond that which the governmental agencies could do on their own.
Heintz described the organization's new strategic business plan, updated last year, which lists a number of key goals, including: an increase in infrastructure and transportation access; business recruitment and support; strengthening the Prosser EDA organization; and promoting Prosser as a place to live and do business.
The Prosser Eagles will be serving Mexican Steak Tacos on Friday Aug. 28th at 5:30p.m. for $7 a plate. 
Texas Hold em every Tuesday and Saturdays at 7p.m.
Buy your tickets at the Eagles for the Ron Stubbs rock n roll hypnotist on Saturday Sept. 19th at 8p.m.  Show tickets are $15 a person, dinner and the show $20, or just dinner for $8.  Dinner that night will be Fish and chips with Texas toast.
The Club's summer hours are Sunday Thursday 12p.m.-close. Friday and Saturday 10a.m.-close.
August 19 House Committee Meeting 7p.m.
August 29 Gary O's Car show and membership drive 10a.m. - ??
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Service Claims, Healthcare Enrollment, Housing assistance, Clothing, food, gas, etc.
          Cell (509)492-0650
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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 please call Bonnie at (509) 832-0682.

Three fun and exciting events are on the Princess Theatre's calendar for the next week! I hope you and your family and friends take the time to enjoy as many as you can!!
This Friday, the Princess will host the preliminary round of "The Valley's Got Talent," sponsored by the Prosser Chamber of Commerce. The event begins at 6 p.m.