October 29, 2014
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
101 and counting

Photo by Deb Brumley
Cliff Christensen, age 101 and his daughter, Charlotte Friberg of Prosser are shown celebrating his birthday. Cliff had a full day of celebrating his century + 1 (101st!) birthday at Sheffield Manor Retirement and Assisted Living in Prosser on Tuesday, October 21, 2014. Cliff's celebration included music, a sing-along, special visits with family and his meal of choice, which included seafood salad.

By Helen Carrell
Our third Sunday Potluck was a great success with a gathering of friends and a wonderful selection of "Potluck" dishes. After the "Potluck" we played Farkle at one table and pinochle at another table.
afternoon it was time for pool playing in the Center and in the evening Kraig was showing his students all of the right moves.
Time for more pool playing in the afternoon and mah jongg ladies played their game, on Tuesday.
Operation Christmas Child Shoebox

Prosser One.  Such a small number - not much value.  It really needs something added to have an impact.
But all it took was one man's idea 21 years ago to pack simple gifts in a shoebox for child war victims for the number to grow to 100 million shoeboxes given to needy children around the world.
This single idea became Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes, a project of Samaritan's Purse and the world's largest Christmas project of its kind.
It involves hundreds of people across the Tri-Cities-Eastern Oregon region including Prosser who gave over 14,800 Shoeboxes as part of their 2013 Christmas gift giving. 
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church

Prosser - St. Matthew's Episcopal is a lively place this fall. There are three separate events coming up.
On Saturday, Nov. 1, there will be an open house/studio and house blessing at the Vicarage, 1228 Sheridan Ave., to celebrate Pastor's Jill's move to Prosser. The party starts at 5:00 p.m. Nov. 1 is also All Saints Day. The church which is located next door, will be open from 4:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m., so that those who would like to pray and light a candle for their loved one can do so.