Auslyn Schab, left, a sixth grader at Prosser Heights Middle School, dons gloves to cut fruits and vegetables at a teen club run by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties. The club received $55,000 from the Benton County public safety tax. To her left are a fellow student, Benton County Commissioner Jerome Delvin and Benton County Prosecutor Andy Miller.
Auslyn Schab, left, a sixth grader at Prosser Heights Middle School, dons gloves to cut fruits and vegetables at a teen club run by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties. The club received $55,000 from the Benton County public safety tax. To her left are a fellow student, Benton County Commissioner Jerome Delvin and Benton County Prosecutor Andy Miller. Wendy Culverwell Tri-City Herald
Auslyn Schab, left, a sixth grader at Prosser Heights Middle School, dons gloves to cut fruits and vegetables at a teen club run by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties. The club received $55,000 from the Benton County public safety tax. To her left are a fellow student, Benton County Commissioner Jerome Delvin and Benton County Prosecutor Andy Miller. Wendy Culverwell Tri-City Herald

Benton safety tax gives $55,000 boost to Prosser teen club

November 02, 2016 07:31 PM

UPDATED November 02, 2016 08:08 PM

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