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Two-year-old Lola Grayson of Sunnyside tries the Hula Hoop yesterday during the Sunnyside Farmers Market at Centennial Square.
Too much or not enough water and never when you need it seems to be a common lament of gardeners.
A gardening class for the whole family is offered by the Benton-Franklin Extension’s Master Gardening program.
Most anything that will hold dirt and water can be transformed into a container garden.
Once abandoned in favor of modern land yachts, the pudgy little camp trailer is making a comeback.
Most people think of the Washington State University Extension program as it relates to Master Gardener programs or youth organizations, such as 4-H.
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 4105 Richey Road, will host Father Justin Cannon for two workshops Saturday.
Panda Bear Child Care Center will celebrate its pre-kindergarten graduation at 6 p.m. Friday in Central Park.
Missionaries Eddy and Linda Mensinger will lead teachers at the Grace Brethren Church vacation Bible school sessions beginning Monday.
“Ropeworks,” a high energy performance featuring jump rope tricks, will be staged at 2 pm. Friday at Centennial Square.
Nick Myers of Sunnyside, left, is the recipient of the Distinguished Silver Citizens Award given for his active role in recruiting and retaining members to the Washington Marine Corps League Department, Yakima Kittitas Unit.
Underground launches youth program
If you only did one thing as a mentor — simply showing up would be enough.
Young actors, left to right, Katherine Hudak, Finn Doherty and Donovan Collins practice stage blocking as cast member Emily Whittaker looks on.
Connie Massie of Pasco sets up her spinning wheel Saturday during a “spin in” event at Sage Bluff Alpacas for the sixth annual Summer Fiber Arts Festival.