Organizations

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Burbank Police Successfully Register Bikes While Several Received Needed Repairs

This past weekend The Burbank Police Departments Community Outreach & Personnel Services Bureau (COPS) along with volunteers from Walk, Bike , Burbank gathered at the intersection of Keystone & Chandler to register bikes and make minor repairs.

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Boy Scouts Celebrate Summer Accomplishments

Burbank Troop 201 Holds Court of Honor as they earn 34 Merit Badges at Camp Baker in Oregon

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Casino Paradise to Benefit Kids’ Community Dental Clinic

Benefit to be held September 17, 2016 at Media Studios North

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All Day Long Bike Celebration Planned for Saturday

Saturday’s Bicycle Registration and Celebration event, #BIKEBURBANK – sponsored by the Burbank Police Department, Walk Bike Burbank

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Walk Bike Burbank’s Midnight Rumble Rolls to another Success

If you thought you saw some of your friends and neighbors out riding their bikes in the middle of the night last weekend, don’t worry; you weren’t dreaming.

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Burbank Burroughs Alumni Assn. Honors Four Educators

Those receiving special recognition during the reception are Dave Thomson, Clyde Richards, Jill Sullivan and Mike Krose.

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Magnolia Park Merchants Plan Fall Events

The Magnolia Park Merchants Association marks three years of organizing events to promote the Magnolia Park District.

Director Bill Kuzma leads the alumni members in the group's signature song "South Rampart Street Parade". (Courtesy Joanne Lento Miller)

Burbank Police Boys Band Celebrate Sixth Biennial Reunion

Former members of the Burbank Police Boys Band celebrate sixth biennial reunion at Elks Lodge. Band members recall how participation shaped their lives as they transitioned to adulthood

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Kiwanis Club of Burbank Honors Alex Trebek of “Jeopardy” Fame

Kiwanis Club of Burbank honors Alex Trebek of "Jeopardy" fame at its 19th annual Gala. Proceeds will benefit Boys and Girl Scouts, Key Clubs at the high schools and Anti-Bullying programs at local schools.

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Road Kings Give to Local Causes

Road Kings fuel up local charities with annual donations. Burbank Historical Society uses funds to upgrade its audio-visual technology to improve the presentation of programs in its museum auditorium

National Charity League's graduating Ticktockers are, front row from left,  Natalie Sardarov, Charlotte Duldulao and Alyssa Magoon; middle row from left, McKenna Sandoval, Kate Wilke, Gabby Crispi and Zoe Kelman; and back row from left, Aimee Snow, Lelosa Aimufua and Kelly Kaufman. (Courtesy Gilmore Studios)

National Charity League Celebrates at Senior Recognition Ball

Young women of National Charity League culminate years of philanthropic service with Senior Recognition Ball. Ticktockers and their mothers share the experience of helping others by volunteering

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Voices Against Violence

On Thursday evening Burbank residents gathered at the Burbank Temple Emanu El to discuss violence. Coming on the heels of the Orlando Massacre, Istanbul, San Bernadino, and other almost daily attacks around the world against innocent civilians driven by religious, political, or simply mental illness.