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GRANDVIEW — A community day of service drew more than 250 volunteers to lend a hand on city-wide projects with dedicated purpose for creating an environment of cooperation on Saturday morning, bright and early.
Amanda Arreola, Jazzy’s aunt, and Gabriel Sands participate in a 5K run and walk through the Jerry Taylor Memorial Veterans Plaza this past Saturday morning with all proceeds to benefit Jazzy Guillen, a Prosser High School sophomore student athlete who’s battling a rare stage 4 cancer.
SUNNYSIDE — Yakima Humane Society’s mobile vaccination clinic rolled into town and delivered low cost vaccinations and microchip registration for pets at South Hill Park this past Saturday.
SUNNYSIDE — Middle school athlete Joselyn Montelongo was calm following her first event at last Wednesday’s Sunnyside School District Special Olympics Track and Field competition.
Riding the new Miss Sunnyside Community Float down Edison Avenue with this year’s theme of “Fantasy Forest,” (left to right, from front to back) is Miss Sunnyside Third Princess Daisy Hernandez, Second Princess Grace Van Belle, Queen Cinthia Santiago and First Princess Hogla Deida Cortez on Tuesday, April 23.
Miss Sunnyside hopefuls from left to right, Rocio Cisneros, Kaydience Porter, Mackenzie Evans, Natalie Campbell, Kendra Gardner and Abbey Marquez. Not pictured is Hellen Palma and Omara Santiago Ayala.
Taylor Wolfe says she is happy any time she gets to show her favorite dairy show cow “McKenzie Moo” at area livestock shows, dressed in her blue corduroy FFA jacket.
The Macias family of Grandview, Arianna, 1, Aliyah, 3, mom Tania and dad Andres, enjoy their Sunday afternoon of sledding fun on the hill at Central Park after visiting grandparents and family.
While motorists deal with traffic havoc caused by the valley’s first snow storm, Harrison Middle School eighth grader Patrick Wise takes advantage of his first snow day to make snow angels in his back yard.
Chief Kamiakin first grade student Cassidy Torres shows off her new “Wonder Woman” backpack purchased using her cub cash at the student giving store Thursday.
The holidays are a great time to dance, drink and be merry with friends and family, and that is exactly what the residents at the Sunnyside Assisted Living Center did last Wednesday.
Thanks to volunteers the Grandview Museum, 115 W. Wine Country Road, has new shelving to show off the vast collection of books, papers and scrapbooks containing the history of the community.
UPDATE: Sunnyside’s City Council is rescheduling consideration of the proposed ordinance to modify the current zoning prohibiting the retail sale of marijuana. City staff are currently reviewing future calendars with the council to re-schedule this matter. NOTE: This poll is used for community involvement only. Results will not be used in City Council's decision.
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