After considerable discussion, a request by the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce for the remainder of its originally requested funds for this year was approved by the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee.
“It’s great to turn 50,” quipped State Rep. Bruce Chandler. “I wouldn’t mind being 50 again, it looks better every year.”
From rubbing shoulders with community leaders to entertaining a class of pre-schoolers, the 2013-14 Miss Sunnyside Court has done it all.
Three $12,000 checks were presented to Children’s Wishes & Dreams, Washington Hematology-Oncology and Wellness House of Yakima this past weekend.
Inez Mejia’s customers are driven.
Lavender, dill, peppermint and chili peppers were part of a winning recipe for Sunnyside High senior Juan Casas.
Wishing to inspire others to reach for their dreams and show them how that anything is possible, Alyson Carrillo is seeking to serve the community via the Miss Sunnyside program.
Zariah Alizae anxiously waits for an ice cream bar from Jose Mercado’s cart yesterday afternoon.
At Sunnyside’s Paradise Court, Rita Sanchez sprays a cooling wave of water against the side of her apartment in an effort to keep it cool.
The Miss Sunnyside community float “Egyptian Treasures” was awarded the Toppenish Pow Wow Rodeo Parade’s Sweepstakes trophy last Friday at the annual parade.
Cheerleaders from Mabton, Sunnyside and Grandview in the photo above rehearse a pom routine at the National Cheerleading Association camp being held in Mabton this week.
Being chosen as the grand marshal for the Sunnyside Lions Club Independence Day Parade is both a shock and thrill for longtime Sunnyside resident Ralph Prescott.
Don’t call their group a club.
Diana Calderon says she “…would love to be Miss Sunnyside because it’s a unique experience to show others why I love my community.”