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July 29, 2015
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
Sunday was a nice warm day for our third Sunday potluck at the center. Great food, good friends and good "Farkle".  
Monday afternoon the pool room was where the action was while the men enjoyed the games. Monday evening, Kraig was ready and waiting for the group of Tai Ji Quan'ers to make their moves and enjoy learning new moves.
Thursday, July 30 - Spinach Lasagna, Italian Green Beans, Wheat Roll, Seasonal Fresh Fruit
Friday, July 31  -
Roast Turkey w/ Gravy, Garlic Red Potatoes, Zucchini w/ Oregano, Wheat Bread, Lazy Daisy Cake
Monday, August 3 -
Rosemary Chicken, Au Gratin Potatoes, Seasoned Green Peas, Wheat Roll, Raspberry Sherbet         
Tuesday, August 4  -
Mac and Cheese, Tomatoes & Zucchini, Seasoned Broccoli, Garlic Bread, Chilled Pears
Wednesday, August 5 - Chicken Chardonnay, Mashed Potatoes, Carrots Lyonnaise, Wheat Dinner Roll, Brownie
Daughters of Hanford presents, Reactor Factor kids' day at The Reach

On Aug. 1st from 11a.m.-2p.m., there will be a celebration, fun activities, and ribbon cutting for the new Daughters of Hanford exhibit.
There will be performances by the Academy of Children's Theatre, "Fission Phizz" by Atomic Ballet, poetry by Urban Poets Society, Color Guard Ceremony, Tri-City Young Marines, and a Northwest Tribal Honor Song by the Confederate Tribes and bands of the Yakima Nation and the Umatilla Reservation.

Raffle winners at Prosser Fly In

The winners for the Fly In Raffle Drawing were; 1st prize - Ted Heikell from Renton, Wa. Ted donated the P-51 Pedal Plane back to the Chapter who in turn, auctioned it off. The happy winner of the auction went home with a smile on their face and a pedal plane in the back seat! Travis Swayze of Prosser won 2nd prize and Carol Elder of Prosser won 3rd prize. Susan Johnson won the poker walk and Teresa (our little short haired redhead) went home with a consolation prize.

WDFW prohibits target shooting until Oct. 1 at Wenas Wildlife area to reduce wildfire risk

Olympia - To reduce the risk of wildfire, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will close the Wenas Wildlife Area to target shooting until Oct. 1.
The closure, effective July 1, bans target shooting 24 hours per day at the wildlife area, located between Ellensburg and Yakima. Public notice of the closure will be posted at all entry points and established target shooting sites within the Wenas Wildlife Area.
Scott McCorquodale, regional WDFW wildlife manager, noted the agency restricted target-shooting to morning hours in May.