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613 7th Street
Prosser, WA  99350

May 25, 2016
Your Feedback Gets You FREE ADMISSION into the Prosser Aquatic Center for Memorial Day Weekend!

The City of Prosser invites members of the community and our visitors to come and enjoy FREE ADMISSION at the Prosser Aquatic Center (PAC) this Memorial Day weekend.  We have staff that needs training and you have a desire to swim.  It's a perfect match.  The only thing we ask is that you leave us your opinion about your experience by taking a short survey before you leave.

Prosser Rotary

On May 5, Natalie Bangs, Yakima Valley Alternative Dairy Ambassador, spoke to members of the Prosser Rotary Club. Bangs is a senior at Sunnyside Christian High School. After graduation, she plans to attend the University of Washington in Seattle, where she intends to earn a minor in Early Childhood Development, and a major in Education.
Town Crier

Roza Irrigation District
The Board of Directors of the Roza Irrigation District for the month of May has added a meeting on May 25, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. The Board of Directors meeting will be held at the Roza Irrigation District basement board office room, 125 South 13th Street, Sunnyside, WA 98944.
Spotlight on the Princess Theatre

The director of Valley Theater Company's next play (moi!) is looking for adults who want to have a lot of fun and are willing to be zany!
The play is "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)[revised]." It's a roller coaster ride of laughs for the actors and the audience
VTC Announces Auditions for Shakespeare Play Collection Comedy

Prosser - Men and women 18 and older are being encouraged to audition for the Valley Theater Company's September presentation of "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)[Revised]."
The comedy will open Sept. 9, and will be directed by Candace Andrews.
Community                                 May 18, 2016
Prosser Farmers Market

Pretty pink peonies sold by Hoefer Farms at the Prosser Farmers Market on Saturday May 14, 2016. For each bunch of flowers sold, a donation of one dollar will be made to Mustangs for Mustangs organization.

Prosser Rotary

On April 28, Andrea Schutt, Executive Director of the Historic Downtown Prosser Association, presented her Classification talk to members of the Prosser Rotary Club.
Schutt was born and raised in Sunnyside and graduated from Sunnyside Christian High School.
Town Crier

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.

Spotlight on the Princess Theatre

Hello, again! Rick and I are happy to be home after a fabulous trip to Europe. We enjoyed fascinating historical, geographical and cultural treasures throughout our travels. (And, yes, a lot of excellent cuisine!) We kept in touch while we were gone and were delighted to hear that Valley Theater Company's production of Oliver! was a huge hit. Thank you to everyone who attended!

Cool Desert Nights Car and Motorcycle Event

Tri-Cities The Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce invites the community to register a car or motorcycle for the 23rd Annual Cool Desert Nights event! Presented by HAPO Community Credit Union, Cool Desert Nights is a classic car, street rod and motorcycle show in Richland, Washington. The event will be held June 23 - 26, 2016 and is open to cars and motorcycles of all makes and models.

Club News
The Prosser Eagles will be serving a casserole dinner on Friday, May 20th at 5:30 PM until gone for $8 a plate.  Also that night horse racing at 7 PM.  Queen of hearts game of chance at 8 PM.  Karaoke with Cynthia at 9 PM.
Texas hold-em every Tuesday and Saturday nights at 7 PM.
We are having a benefit for The Prosser National History Day Competitors on Friday, May 27th.  All proceeds will help support our local students as they represent Washington State in the National History Day Competition in Washington, DC.  Dinner will be Hamburger or hotdog, chili, salads, chips, and dessert for $10 a plate served at 5:30 pm to 7 PM.  There will be a raffle and silent auction that evening as well.
5/18/16 House Committee meeting 7 pm.
5/20/16 - $5 Nachos starting at 5 pm til gone.
5/21/16 "Cowboy Hat Night." Wear a cowboy hat get 50% off drinks, 7-11 pm.
5/22/16 L.C.R. $2 burger and $2 brews starting at 2 pm.
5/27/16 Uncle Don's karaoke 7 11 pm.
5/29/16 - $2 burgers and $2 brews at 2 pm.