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
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.
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
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
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.
This week the construction fences came down around Johnny Carson park the 17.6 acre park that has been under construction for what felt like a lifetime.
UMe Credit Union will host a donation drive fundraiser this Saturday for the Burbank Temporary Aid Center
Another successful Art Show is in the bag for Family Service Agency of Burbank. The art auction and dinner, which took place on June 3rd, was one of the biggest auctions they’ve hosted yet, with over 200 pieces of art donated by over 120 artists.
Last year’s Art Auction in support of Family Service Agency’s Art Therapy Program was a tremendous success. It raised over $30,000 to help kids who’ve experienced traumatic life events to build hope and dream once again.
In celebration of Clean Air Month, the Burbank Transportation Management Organization (BTMO), a local non-profit group whose mission is to partner with the business community to reduce traffic and improve air quality, hosted three Bike Pit Stops throughout the City of Burbank on Thurs., May 19th, otherwise known as “Bike & Walk to Work Day.”
The 52st annual Burbank Community YMCA Pancake Breakfast, a fundraiser for youth programs at the Y – and a long-standing community tradition – will be held May 21. Just $5 per person, the breakfast includes pancakes, sausage, fruit, juice and coffee.
Sister Regina Palamara receives acknowledgement from Pope Francis on her Diamond Jubilee with the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus