Pioneer Elementary School first graders in Michelle Morford’s room, left to right, Jordan Condie, David Espinoza, Israel Valencia and Jaylah Sandoval sit amongst the thousands of items of food Pioneer students collected last week.
Ball Chapel ready for public use
An open house tonight at Lower Valley Memorial Gardens will show off the recently rediscovered little red brick chapel on the 7800 Van Belle Road property.
Because of a shortage of cars and farmers being too busy to bring their donations to town, the shipment of Sunnyside’s donations to the Seattle children’s homes were delayed.
The second annual “Amaryllis Party” is from noon to 3 p.m. tomorrow at Brewminatti, 713 Sixth St.
An open house to show off the newly reopened Lower Valley Memorial Gardens chapel will be from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at 7800 Van Belle Road.
Great Mabton Association’s annual holiday bazaar is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow at the Mabton Student Learning Center, 805 Washington St.
Chief Kamiakin Elementary School fifth graders entertain a Sunnyside audience Tuesday night with songs about food.
Sunnyside Christian Elementary School gymnasium, 811 North Ave., will be the site of a school bazaar from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Outreach removes barriers
Harriet Thompson Elementary School Principal Julie Wysong has a dream – she wants to visit the homes of every one of the 574 students who go to her school.
Led by Fernando G. Farias group will play Friday at 3 p.m., at Sun Terrace Retirement and Assisted Living Community, 907 Ida Belle Road.
Three Heritage University social work students are working with the university’s Eagle’s Cafe to deliver Thanksgiving dinner to 30 homeless youth at Rod’s House on Nov. 18.
“The Gift of Love” is the theme for the Dec. 6 meeting of the Lower Valley Christian Women Connections.