Burbank’s leadership and residents gathered at Burbank Elk’s Lodge on Wednesday evening to recognize and honor four of the city’s finest at the 3rd Annual Community Service Awards. The awards are presented to those representing the highest standards of community service through both exceptional job performance, as well as continued contributions to the welfare of Burbank. Receiving Community Service Awards were Burbank Police Officer of the Year, Officer Harry Terrill; Burbank Fire Fighter of the Year, Firefighter Grant Stephens; Burbank City Employee of the Year, Ari Omessi; and Burbank Teacher of the Year, Rebecca Mieliwocki. Deborah Dodge was there to talk to the award winners.
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