Just more than two years ago, Yesenia Godinez was working as a receptionist for Bryan Robison State Farm Insurance in Sunnyside.
Only Lili Gomez knows if St. Nick delivered on her wishes, which she whispered to Santa prior to Christmas Eve this year.
The Outlook Elementary School’s 21st Century after-school program students raised their voices in song recently, to share songs of the season with the residents at local retirement homes.
An ecumenical worship service was held this past Sunday night at Sunnyside’s Our Saviour’s Evangelical Lutheran Church for people who find the holiday season difficult.
The first thing Vernita “Dolly” Coffey plans to do in her retirement is to spoil her husband, Calvin, and her five beautiful grandchildren.
The Sunnyside Fire Department was on hand to collect toys for needy Sunnyside families at the annual Sunnyside Nouvella Club tea held last week at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
Not all families have the warmest, happiest of holidays each year.
Sunnyside’s Sierra Middle School associated student body is helping to make some area youngsters’ Christmas a little brighter, thanks to a donation of little stuffed ponies.
This past Tuesday evening Santa paid a special visit to Sunnyside’s Sun Terrace Assisted Living and Retirement Center.
Members of Black Rock Creek Golf Course collected more than $800 worth of toys to distribute to needy children in the Lower Valley this holiday season.
Sunnyside American Legion Post 73 Commander Troy Monholland and Gold Star Mothers of Washington member Ginger Emerson of Grandview place a wreath at Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza in Sunnyside this past Saturday.
Thanks to the generosity of the Sunnyside chapter of Alpha Tau of Alpha Delta Kappa, a sorority of women educators, several Sunnyside families will have a few more toys and additional food this holiday season.
Feeling less than joyful this holiday season?
With the Port of Sunnyside’s new anaerobic digester coming on line soon, Cory Wilson of Bickleton is on board as the plant operator.
Carla Galarza expresses her fear of Santa to the dismay of her brother, Carlos.