September 30, 2015
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
Stories from Sun Terrace

By Victoria Walker
Luther and Ladonna  May   have lived at Sun Terrace Prosser since 2010.  Ladonna is originally from the Prosser/Grandview area and graduated from Prosser in '55.   Luther was born in Oklahoma City, OK.
Ladonna married Luther the same year (1955) that she graduated from high school.  Ladonna was waitressing at her aunt's café in Grandview, Blacks Café, and Luther was in Washington from California working on the potato harvest.  Ladonna was his waitress. 
Luther and Ladonna May

Sunday - friends and neighbors gathered at the center for the third Sunday potluck…lots of yummy food and visiting.
- afternoon the pool room was the scene of activity and in the evening, Kraig was ready to show the various levels of Tai Ji Quan action to the students on hand.
- afternoon it was pool playing and Mahjongg games at the center.         

Thursday, October 1 - Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Brussels Sprouts w/ Bacon, Dinner Roll, Cranberry Oat Bar
Friday, October 2 -
Beef Stroganoff over Noodles, Harvard Beets, Broccoli Carrot Salad, Gelatin Poke Cake
Monday, October 5  -
Meatloaf w/ Gravy, Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy, Peas w/ Pearl Onions, Wheat Bread, Peach Fluff
Tuesday, October 6 -
Herbed Chicken, Roasted Red Potatoes, Carrot Lyonnaise, Apple Cabbage Slaw, Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Wednesday, Oct. 7 - Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Lettuce/Tomato/Mayo, Clam Chowder, Pea & Cheese Salad, Fresh Apple Slice
Savvy Senior

Written in Jean's words
by Deb Brumley:
"My life in a nutshell: We moved to Hermiston when I was in the third grade and I graduated from high school there at 18. I married Ken McClure when I was 19. We had three children two sons and one daughter in four years and another son, 12 years later."
"Ken began working on dams begging in 1949 at McNary Dam and worked at all the dams on the Columbia River in Washington all the way to Canada, for 34 years. (When people asked what my husband did, he said he was a dam worker!) He enjoyed his work and a dam would generally be completed in four years."
Animal blessings at the Prosser Farmers Market
Saturday Oct. 3 at 10 a.m. Rev Jillian Ross from St Matthew's Episcopal Church will be blessing animals at the Farmers Market.
We would like to invite you to bring your animals to the market to be blessed. Please remember not all animals get along with each other, so if you think that your animal can not be controlled around other animals, please bring a picture and we will bless your animal that way.
The Prevent Homeless Pets from Benton City will be present to talk to everyone and inform people what their organization is doing for homeless pets and how you can help. They will be accepting donations towards their cause.