September 17, 2014
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
The Bethel Church

Photo by Victoria Walker
The Bethel Church is up and running. This photo, from a week ago, shows the building completed and some landscaping needed in the parking lot of the church.  The church has officially moved into the building and out of the Princess Theatre.

Thursday, September 11 - Hash Brown Spinach Quiche, Tossed Salad w/ Dressing, Bran Muffin, Warm Spiced Peaches
Friday, September 12 -
Tuna Salad Sandwich, Pea & Cheese Salad, Marinated Tomatoes, Jell-O Poke Cake
Monday, September 15 -
Beef Stroganoff over Noodles, Broccoli, Citrus Salad, Cookie
Tuesday, September 16 -
Cod w/ Lemon Dill Sauce, Brown Rice w/ Barley, Spinach, Wheat Bread, Lemon Bar
Wednesday, September 17 -
Chicken ala King over Biscuit, Italian Blend Vegetables, Tossed Salad w/ Dressing, Fresh Fruit Cup

By Helen Carrell
Monday started with a great lunch, prepared by Time (with Smitty helping in the kitchen and Ray and Phil delivering to residents at their homes)…Swiss steak, baked potato, veggies and cake. The Pool Room was the busy place in the afternoon and in the evening Kraig held his tai ji quan routines in the multipurpose room.
afternoon it was time for the pool players to enjoy their shots and Mah jongg playing in the multipurpose room.
Wednesday morning Ray and Ed called Fun Bingo for 26 players. Paula won the raffle prize a nice stone water fountain bouquet. Ramona won the oatmeal cookies.
Prosser Branch of Mid-Columbia Libraries temporarily closing

Mid-Columbia Libraries' Prosser Branch will close briefly and reopen at a temporary location. September 16 will be the last day the library at 902 7th Street in Prosser, WA, is open to the public.
During September 17 20, MCL is moving the library's contents to 364 Chardonnay Avenue, Suites 5 and 6, Prosser  and will reopen to the public in this location on September 22. The library will operate in the temporary location while the 7th Street building is remodeled.
The Gospel Jamboree

Prosser - The Gospel Jamboree welcomes newcomers to the stage this month, the Bob Homan Trio. This trio is joined together in harmony with Bob Homan, Joyce Furstenau, and Deaun Friberg. Bob sings and plays guitar and the ladies join in with inspirational singing and the trio has performed all over the Yakima Valley. Bob has played music over 60 years, has CD recordings and has just returned from Nashville.