Belmont Village Celebrates 10 Years With a Look Back…Way Back

Keeping the crowd entertained was this Barbershop Quartet (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Gary Olson, Exec, Dir Chamber of Commerce, Belmon's Exex Dir. Cathy Ellis, and Asst. Fire Chief Tom Linahan, getting ready to cut the cake. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

By Julie Walke
Special to BurbankNBeyond


More than 250 people celebrated as Belmont Village Senior Living Burbank turned 10 years-old this week. The all-American themed anniversary featured typical summer favorites such as hot dogs and hamburgers, watermelon, ice-cream and peanuts.

Musical entertainment included a Dixieland Band and a Barbershop Quartet. Belmont Village executive director Cathy Ellis presided over a recognition ceremony with Assistant Fire Chief Tom Lenahan and Burbank Chamber of Commerce executive director Gary Olson.

The Burbank Road Kings also brought several classic cars for display.

Longest residents where honored with a rose, during Anniversary Celbrations. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The Belmont Village community, located on the former site of the Burbank Community Hospital, is celebrating its strong tie to Burbank history through a new photography exhibit called Burbank is Our Kind of Town with photos supplied by the Burbank Historical Society.

For more information about viewing the exhibit or taking a tour of the building, please call 818-972-2405.

The Burbank Based Road Kings pose proudly with their car display. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Belmont resident Elmer Bymaster wore his July 4th hat and enjoyed conversation with Dorothy Miller. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Burbank being the home to Disney Studio, they had a display for guest to see. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Photo By Ross A. Benson


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