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August 26, 2015
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
Miss Prosser Corner

Tieton's Highland Community Days

Photo by Melanie Estey
Miss Prosser's float traveled to Tieton's Highland Community Days parade where they received Second Place. Pictured L-R: Little Jr. Miss Prosser BrookLyn Hernandez, Princess Stephanie Castilleja, and Little Miss Prosser Juliette Zepeda.

Hello! Miss Prosser Lauren here. A few weeks ago the Court attended a Port of Benton commissioners meeting, to thank them for their generosity in letting the Miss Prosser program use one of the airport hangers for float building and informed them of the wonderful year we are having.
The float attended the Tieton parade on Saturday, but the representatives of Prosser were a little different.  Princess Stephanie Castilleja was still on the float and she was joined by Little Miss Prosser Juliette Zepeda and Little Jr. Miss Prosser Brooklyn Hernandez. The float won second place and Princess Stephanie said that it was a grand time.
PHS ASB Prepares for a Great Year!

By Zebbie Castilleja
As the upcoming 2015-2016 school year quickly approaches, this year's PHS Associated Student Body (ASB) is already back at school making some exciting plans for our Mustang students and staff. Compared to past years, this year the ASB has added two non-traditional positions to the ASB team. Hailey Buttars, an incoming senior, has been selected as Vice President of Student Involvement. Buttars will be working throughout the year to make PHS more united through student activities. The second position added was Vice President of Public Relations. I, Sebastian "Zebbie" Castilleja, will be responsible for getting information out to the community.

We're excited to begin our new Reel Books program, partnering with the Princess Theatre and PMH Medical Center to bring the community a monthly book club and movie showing.
Next Wednesday at 6 p.m., we will meet at the Theatre discuss the book "Moneyball" and then watch the movie; be sure to pick up one of the copies we have at the library. Even your local librarian (a non-"numbers nut") found Michael Lewis's clever and humorous writing brings to life the human stories behind the statistics.
Prosser Senior High School Graduate Michael Rodriguez Enrolls at Colgate University

Hamilton, NY - Colgate University is proud to announce Michael Rodriguez, of Grandview, WA is a member of the Colgate bicentennial Class of 2019.
Of the 8,722 applications to Colgate last year, just 26 percent were accepted. The average high school GPA for accepted students was 3.8 out of 4.0. Colgate received applications from 49 states, Washington D.C., and 113 countries. International students make up 7 percent of the incoming class