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May 4, 2016
Prosser Living
Carpenter-Dorsett Announce Engagement

Tom and Barrie Carpenter of Zillah and Richard and Rose Mary Dorsett of Prosser wish to announce the engagement of their daughter and son. Haylie Carpenter and Anthony Dorsett will be wed on July 23rd at Sacred Heart Church in Prosser.

Nearly Naked Alpaca Day

Prosser - Can you name the two earliest harvests in the Yakima Valley?  Asparagus and… alpaca fiber!
Breeders throughout the Yakima Valley have been busy shearing their alpacas.   To celebrate their spring harvest, Sage Bluff Alpacas will host an open house Saturday, May 7th, from 11am to 4pm. 
Senior News
Monday afternoon the pool room was busy with the men enjoying their games. In the evening, Kraig was leading the tai ji quan practices for everyone.
Tuesday afternoon the pool room was busy and the ladies were enjoying their games of mah jongg.
Prosser Living                                 April 27, 2016
Friends helping friends
Melanie Estey, a friend of the Record-Bulletin, made an emergency stop while passing by the paper on her morning walk about.  Estey discovered the plants in front of the building were slowly being killed.  She quickly came into the paper, filled a bucket full of water and quickly saturated the plants with life giving H20.  We are forever in her debt.

Retirement Announcement

Robert (Butch) Thoms is retiring. Butch will retire after working 31 years with the Benton PUD. He will retire on April 29. We would like to invite anyone who wants to come down and say good job, and good luck to him at the Prosser VFW, May 7, from 6-10 p.m.

Postal Service Previews 13th of 16 Stamps Celebrating National Park Service's Centennial
Washington - A stunning star trail photograph comprised from 200 images was previewed today to celebrate Washington's Mount Rainier as the 13th of 16 Forever Stamp images to be revealed over a three-week period to celebrate the National Park Service's 100th anniversary.

Senior News
Our "Third Sunday" potluck was a success, with Marlene opening the doors and getting the coffee going. After a great variety of goodies, several friends stayed to play the game of Farkle.
Monday afternoon the pool players enjoyed their games. Then, in the evening Kraig was on hand to lead the group of friends practicing Tai Ji Quan.