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July 1, 2015
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
Gordon and Glenda Miller celebrate 50 years

The Millers were married June 19, 1965 at the Covenant Presbyterian Church 50 years ago.  They have lived in the Prosser area all of their life.  Throughout their married life they were Rattlesnake wheat farmers. Together they had two children; Carla and John Blakney (Eric, Scott and Leah) and Kelly and Sam Pearson (Katie, Alex, Ellis, and Maggie)
In celebration of their marriage The Millers went to San Francisco, CA with their family.  They all had dinner at Willies Seafood Restaurant on June 18. 
Sunday Our week started with our "third Sunday" potluck at the center, with yummy lunch items and June's "banana" pie. A first time treat for most of the crowd.
Monday We had a tasty "summer" lunch. In the afternoon the pool room was busy with two tables of players. Special Tai Ji Quan with Kraig leading the action and showing some of the student's new moves in the evening.
Thursday, July 2 - Hamburger with Lettuce/Tomato/Onion, Potato Salad, Broccoli Salad, Starburst Cake
Friday, July 3 - Closed for Independence Day
Monday, July 6 -
Salisbury Steak w/ Gravy, Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy, Glazed Carrots, Wheat Roll, Coconut Cake
Tuesday, July 7 -
Sweet & Sour Chicken, White Rice, Seasoned Snap Peas, Wheat Bread, Fresh Watermelon
Wednesday, July 8 - Shrimp & Pasta Alfredo, Seasoned Green Peas, Broccoli Salad, Multi Grain Bread, Spiced peaches
Law designed to reduce abuse of disabled parking takes effect July 1

Olympia Changes to the laws governing special parking privileges for persons with disabilities will take effect July 1 and are aimed at reducing the number of people who abuse disabled parking permits.
Changes include requiring a written prescription from a licensed health care provider to obtain disabled parking privileges and requiring a new application for every renewal. The application also includes a new fraud warning on the application to remind applicants and healthcare providers it is a gross misdemeanor if they knowingly provide false information.

Association of Washington Cities honors Advocacy All-stars

Olympia - The Association of Washington Cities (AWC), an Olympia-based organization advocating on behalf of Washington's 281 cities and towns, honored eleven Advocacy All-stars at its annual conference in Wenatchee, June 23-26, 2015.         
Among the honorees was Mabton's Mayor Mario Martinez. Mayor Martinez was honored for his advocacy efforts for the Public Works Trust Fund, a state program that provides low-interest loans to cities for infrastructure projects. Cities across the state have asked the legislature to fully fund the infrastructure program in the upcoming biennium.
Notice of election and registration deadlines for August 4, 2015 Primary Election

The last date to register online or through the mail for the 2015 Primary Election is Monday, July 6. Also, registered voters may update their name or address through Monday, July 6. First time voters can register in person until 5:00 pm Monday, July 27 at any Benton County Auditor's Offices listed below.
Election ballots, registration forms, voting assistance to elderly and disabled persons, and other election and voter registration information are available at any Benton County Auditor's Offices listed below.