June 12 to 16
Anyone who has meet Alondra Perez never fails to comment on her poise, confidence and maturity.
The third annual Sunnyside Youth Awards honors youth involved with community and campus service, according to awards organizer Christian Peabody.
Sunnyside Commercial club held a non-commissioned officers school to provide information in military instruction and proficiency.
The Sunnyside Senior Citizens Group will host a Spring Fair Craft Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 17, at the senior center, 1400 Federal Way.
The eighth annual summer Kidz Club, hosted by the Iglesia Del Pueblo, begins at 11 a.m. June 19 at Vista Grande Park, on the corner of North Fifth and Opal streets, across from Lamplighter Trailer Park. The first week of the club continues through June 23.
Yakima Valley Libraries is working on a redesign of its website and it wants patron input.
May Students of the Month
Funds will provide tablets for clinicians
Heartlinks Hospice & Palliative Care has received a $6,928 grant from the Edgar Whitehead Foundation of Prosser.
Yakima Federal Savings and Loan Association has named the Lower Yakima Valley graduates receiving Award for Academic Excellence scholarships.
Benny de la Cruz of Sunnyside was the top raffle prize winner in the annual St. Joseph Parish Springfest 2017 raffle, drawing June 4 on the closing day of the three-day festival.
For nearly 100 years, the Maryhill Museum has overlooked the Columbia Gorge, a romantic reminder of what man will do for a beautiful damsel in distress.