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November 25, 2015
1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
Club News

Prosser Rotary

First things first: Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours from all of us at The Princess Theatre and Valley Theater Company! We are thankful for your support through donations, ticket purchases, advertising, sponsorships, volunteering throughout the year!
And…are you ready to kick off the Christmas season? The Princess offers several opportunities this weekend for you and your family and holiday guests to enjoy the beginning of the Christmas season.

On Nov. 12, Shelby Tarutis from University Rotary, and Essa Camara from Gambia HELP, spoke to members of the Prosser Rotary Club. The speakers' presentation focused on the Kerewan Nursery School garden project, which was has been funded by grants from Prosser Rotary, Gambia HELP and a local Rotary club in The Gambia.
Tarutis, who has been a member of Seattle's University District Rotary Club for the past three years, is the executive director and founder of a non-profit organization called Gambia Health Education Liaison Project (GambiaHELP).
The Prosser Eagles will not be serving Dinner on Friday Nov. 27 due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
On Monday Nov. 30 we will be serving chicken strips with fries or fish and chips for $6 a plate at 5:30p.m. until gone.
We are having a benefit dinner for Jimmy Picket on Friday Dec. 11 at 5:30p.m.  On the menu stuffed pork chops with all the fixings for $12 a plate.  We are only selling 50 dinners so come buy your tickets at the bar.  Also we have a raffle $2 a ticket 1st place a collectible Seahawks victory bus (1 foot long), 2nd place Seahawks clock, and 3rd place a handmade Seahawks sign.  Buy your raffle tickets at the Eagles.
$0.50 off all beer every Sunday
$0.50 off Monarch Rum every Thursday.
Nov. 26 Closed for Thanksgiving
Nov. 28 Christmas Bazaar 9a.m. 3p.m. Lunch served from 11a.m. 1p.m.
Valley Theater sets auditions for spring comedy

Prosser - Valley Theater Company will conduct open auditions for "See How They Run" on Sunday, Nov. 29, and Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 6:30 p.m. in the Green Room at the Princess Theatre, 1226 Meade Ave., Prosser.
This classic British farce, set in an English vicarage shortly after the end of World War II, combines mistaken identify and fast-paced action, resulting in hilarious confusion and mayhem.