Friday, November 18, 2005
Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo seeks theme ideas
The Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo is actively seeking theme
ideas for the 2006 event.
The individual who comes up with the winning theme will be
given a prize of $25. Deadline for theme entries is Dec.1, 2005.
Theme suggestions can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by
regular mail to Lynda Jo Gross, 107 Division St., Grandview, WA 98930.
Chaplain needed at Sunnyside Hospice
Sunnyside Hospice and Palliative Care is seeking a chaplain
to fill a vacancy created about two weeks ago when its chaplain resigned.
"We're certainly recruiting for a part time
chaplain," said Joel Stephens, executive director.
"It's a service that's a very good thing, but is also
required under the state and federal rules for Hospice."
Stephens said his office has been advertising locally and
has received "several really good candidates", and expects to make a
decision within the next two weeks.
"It's not a decision we want to sit on for too
long," said Stephens. "A chaplain is a really vital role in Hospice,
offering spiritual comfort and keeping contact with the Ministerial Association
in informal networking. Sometimes, a chaplain's job is as simple as keeping the
patients connected to their own faith community."
Medicare prescription drug workshop Nov. 30
GRANDVIEW - An informational workshop pertaining to the new
prescription drug plans for Medicare recipients will be held Wednesday, Nov.
30, at 11 a.m. at the Carl L. Stevens Senior Center in Grandview (401 W. 2nd
Susan Parker, social service director of the Grandview
Health Care Center, will be presenting the information to help update local
senior citizens on the new prescription drug plans.
The workshop is free of charge and participants are welcome
to stay for the regular potluck dinner at noon.
Christian women to exchange gifts at Dec. 12 confab
PROSSER - "Visions of Sugarplums" will be the
theme of the Monday, Dec. 12, meeting of the Lower Valley Christian Women's
The 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at Prosser's Barn
Restaurant will feature a gift exchange by club members. The suggested price
for gifts is a $5 limit.
Musical entertainment that day will be provided by Top
String, a family musical group that delights audiences with their country music
style. The Dec. 12 guest speaker will be Roberta Morin, whose topic of
"Christmas Love" will detail how she discovered unfailing love
through her experiences as a teacher, EMT, Forest Service employee and ranch
Luncheon reservations can be made by calling 882-2365 or