“In Burbank, the Keller-Williams agents have been supporting the Monterrey Continuation School, donating items like graphing calculators and overhead projectors and career fairs,” explains realtor Karen Volpei
Noted close-up magician and long time Burbank resident Robert (Bob) J. Gwodz, 86, died of natural causes on January 28, 2020
myBurbank's Greg Simay talked with Dr. Angelique Campen who ran St. Joseph’s Emergency Medicine Department for many of her 20 years there
Greg Simay spells out myBurbank's YES position on Measure I, the upcoming Parcel Tax for Burbank Schools. The time is NOW for action
myBurbank Analyst, Greg Simay, presents both sides of the upcoming ballot measure and separates fact from fantasy.
Burbank Noon’s Executive Board decided to target emancipated and displaced youth
Burbank Sunrise Rotary brightened the holidays for four Burbank families in need, delivering gifts and food for daily needs as well as a holiday meal
In November 2018, Burbank voters approved Measure P, which increased the City’s sales tax from 9.50% to 10.25%
Pete’s daughter Peggy Christ and his longtime dear friend (and past-Rotarian) Katherine Richards were both honored by being named Paul Harris Fellows (PHF) in memory of Pete.
“Seeing their faces light up in sheer joy is one of my favorite parts of the holiday season,” said Rotarian Mary Gilbert
The Tale of Turnadot, filled The Colony Theatre with one of the sweetest sounds there is: the delighted laughter of children
And so commences a hurricane of a different sort, one that rips off masks and makes every dysfunction flap in the breeze for all to see
Annual luncheon typically raises several thousand needed dollars from silent auctions and “ring-the-bell” donations