613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
On March 31, a group of teens from Prosser's FFA presented a debate to members of the Prosser Rotary Club. The students were joined by their advisor, Stephen Hayter.
The debate, titled "In-Vitro Meat: Should it be released for public consumption?" was part of the students' preparation for participating in the State FFA Convention.
Northwest Preparedness Expo
Prosser - The Lower Valley Assembly is working on the third annual NW Preparedness Expo. It will be hosted May 7th at 22202 N Hinzerling Rd, Prosser, Washington. There will be both educational speaker sessions and vendor booths on display.
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 meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. For more information, contact Blanche Kidd at (509) 786- 7704.
Keynote speaker Dr. Marc Baldwin is Assistant Director for Fore-casting and Research at the Office of Financial Management (OFM) for Washington state. OFM creates policy and standards for strategic state direction. From crunching numbers and analyzing data, Dr. Baldwin explores predictions and future possibilities about state and local population, economic changes and conducts research on a variety of issues affecting the state budget and public policy.
'Oliver!' Actors Explore the Hard Realities of Victorian England in Song and Dance
Prosser - The gritty realities of life for the less-fortunate men, women, and children of Victorian-era England will be explored on the stage of Prosser's Princess Theatre with the presentation of the musical "Oliver!" which opens April 29.
On March 24, Prosser Rotarian Tim Straub and his wife, Tamera Straub, spoke to members of the Prosser Rotary Club. The presentation focused on the February trip the couple took to The Gambia, where they checked on the progress of two stages of a Rotary-sponsored project providing much needed nourishment to nursery school children in the village of Kerewan.
Grape to Glass Gala
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Grape to Glass Gala on May 21, 2016 from 6-8pm at the YVCC Grandview Activity Center, 401 W. Second St. in Grandview, WA 98930
Come and play the Queen of hearts game of chance Wednesday night before 7 PM.
Thursday April 21st, Trustee meeting at 6 PM and the Aerie & Aux. meetings at 7 PM.
Also, on Thursday April 21st the State Madam President will be visiting our club at 5 PM. Dinner will be at 6-7 PM that night.
Friday April 22nd we will be having a baked potato bar for $5 a plate (no discount). Served at 5:30 PM until gone. There will be no karaoke that night.
Texas hold-em every Tuesday and Saturday night at 7 PM. We will be having a $50 Texas Hold-em tournament on Tuesday April 26th at 7 PM. You must be a member to play in this tournament or signed in by a member. Sign up sheet is at the Eagles.
On May 6th we are having a luau. On the dinner menu Pork or chicken for $10 a plate served at 5:30 PM.
4/22/16 - Uncle Don's Karaoke 7 pm - 11 pm.
4/20/16 - House Committee meeting 7 pm.