Seminar begins July 26

A seminar to discuss creation, as views by evolution and biblical creation will be held Friday and Saturday July 26-28 at Sunnyside High School, from 7 to 8 p.m., both nights.

Outdoors study offered

A science and literature educators’ workshop is being offered at the Yakima Area Arboretum, July 26 and 27 from 9 to 4 p.m. at the arboretum, 1401 Arboretum Drive.

Vets benefit planned

The 9th annual Gary O’s car and bike show is scheduled for Aug. 19 at the Prosser VDW Post No. 3207.

Prosser CIA meets Thursday

The Community Involvement Action committee will meet at 8:15 a.m. Thursday to for its regular monthly meet at Bethel Church, 207 N. Gap Road.

Valley window artists sought

The Yakima Arts Commission is seeking applications for the fall/winter 2017 Downtown Yakima “Windows Alive!” project.

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Cheesy lunch time

Hollianne Giekle, at right, and her friends enjoy a fresh slice of pizza from Domino’s Pizza during a lunch break at Central Park.

Local girl continues pageant sweep

She loves tiaras. But Sunnyside’s Brianna Garza also loves helping others.

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Working at the car wash

Evelyn Villegas, left, and Karen Marquez of the Sunnyside High School Dance Team dry off a car while other team members wash at a fund-raising car wash in Sunnyside Saturday.

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Yard sale season

Sisters Marlene and Maria Magana, with the help of their youngsters, prepare their front yard at 6th and Lincoln for a yard sale last Saturday.

Concert series continues

The 2017 HAPO Live @ 5 Summer Concert Series with Fallout continues Thursday.

Jazz, Blues on tap

The Emerald of Siam is featuring The Mary Lou and Stevie Show on Wednesday.

Shroud of Turin confab

The International Conference on the Shroud of Turin takes place Wednesday at the TRAC Center.

Art to be featured

People are urged to visit beautiful Howard Amon Park for the 67th Annual Art in the Park the weekend of July 28-29.

Comedy show set for life issues

Life Options will have a fun discussion about the serious matter of unwanted pregnancies at the Neighborhood Church in October.

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Young entrepreneurs

Brisena Navarro and Adrian Heffron man separate tables at what has become a roadside produce stand in a spot below the west off and on ramps at Exit 63 on Interstate 82.