For a fee, girls ages six to 11 can experience what it’s like to take the stage as a Miss Sunnyside candidate.
Taking on the role of public information officer at the Shoreline School District will be Curtis Campbell. He has served the Sunnyside School District for the past seven years.
There were more children playing in the Sunnyside parks and in the city pool this summer than last year, according to Megan Razey, Sunnyside Parks and Recreation coordinator.
Vying for the 2015-16 Miss Sunnyside crown is Sunnyside High School golf team and orchestra member Carolina Limon.
Awaiting his turn to show his steer during yesterday’s fair activities is Sam Elliott of Prosser.
Approximately five years ago Edgar Garcia became a sales representative at Mid Valley Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Marine in Grandview.
Young Levon Grotzke enjoys the festivities by taking a turn at bubble blowing during the National Night Out block party hosted by Our Saviour’s Evangelical Lutheran Church Tuesday night.
Each summer a select number of teens in the Yakima Valley, ages 14 and older, are accepted into the Ecology Youth Corps.
Registrations are now being accepted for Princess Prep 2015, set for Wednesday, Aug. 12, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Long gone are the days when Peggy Crook prepared her animals for the 4-H showing and fitting contests held each summer at the Yakima Valley Junior Fair, now known as the Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo.
Motivated by the opportunity to participate in a worthy community service project, as well as scholarship opportunities, Samantha Herrera is vying for the 2015-16 Miss Sunnyside title. She said, “It looks good on a job application, too.”
Former Hogue winemaker eyes old Sunnyside building
It’s nearly time to turn on the Water Works.
Coffee lovers lined up at the Homestretch Espresso and Beverage stand window are greeted by the smiling face of Nicole Garcia each morning.