Harvest Dance

set for Sunday

Those 50 years of age and older who still have life left in their legs are invited to attend the fourth annual Harvest Dance, slated for this coming Sunday, Oct. 2.

Sponsored by the Sunnyside Recreation Department and the Sunnyside High School VICA Club, the dance will be staged in the local high school gymnasium from 2 to 4:30 p.m.

Providing the music for this year's Harvest Dance will be Country Gentlemen, who specialize in country, rock 'n roll, waltz, two-step and swing type music.

Admission is free, and refreshments will be provided.

Habitat for Humanity seeks local families

for new homes

The Yakima Valley Partners Habitat for Humanity group is currently searching for two or three families who want to become involved in its home ownership program.

The group works with low income families on constructing homes, where the partner families invest 500 hours of work on their houses, then purchase the home at cost through interest-free mortgages.

Since 1985, the local Habitat for Humanity group has built 105 homes in 11 Yakima Valley communities.

Currently, two or three families are sought to build homes in the Lower Yakima Valley area. Families interested in participating are asked to attend a meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 5, at Roosevelt Elementary School in Granger.

Parents of SHS seniors urged

to attend meeting

There will be a senior project parent meeting this Thursday, Sept. 29, at 6 p.m. in the Sunnyside High School media center.

Parents with questions about their child's senior project are asked to contact Holly Ohler, senior project coordinator, at 836-5828.


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