On August 10th, 2019, over 200 caring individuals and businesses came together at the lovely Castaway Restaurant to attend the Kiwanis Club of Burbank’s 22nd Annual Gala: An Enchanted Evening Under the Sea.
Donation made to the Providence St. Joseph Foundation in support of its “Minutes Matters” campaign to add a new Emergency Department as well as an Urgent Care facility
Service Club club awarded two $1,000 Woodburn Engineering Scholarships and a $1,000 Monterey Scholarship
“It’s the single largest pledge Burbank Noon has ever made, “ stated Barry Gussow, who chairs the Burbank Noon Foundation
The Magnolia Park Optimist Club recognized three members of the Burbank Police Department family for their achievements as part of the Optimist International Respect for the Law program.
In the spirit of the season, the Burbank Sunrise and Burbank Noon Rotary service clubs joined forces for a special week of holiday giving.
The Burbank Teacher’s Association (BTA) is in the midst of negotiations with the BUSD and have made several efforts to make their case for an increase in wages
For Burbank Noon Rotary, April will be the kindest month. The service club will be giving a total of 12 thousand dollars to several local organizations, as well as awarding scholarships and recognizing “Teachers of Excellence.”
Not to be outdone by Burbank Noon Rotary’s karaoke cacophony at Nickelodeon, Burbank Sunrise Rotary recently went in for an evening of drag queen bingo at West Hollywood’s Hamburger Mary. The two events had this in common: lots of laughs, generous contributors and successful fundraising.
The Burbank Coordinating Council celebrated its 85th anniversary at the Social Hall of the Little White Chapel.
After the doings during one not-to-be-named Saturday night, some people will never again be able to run for office.
Volunteer of the Year Elaine Stevens, non-sworn Employee of the Year Carly Lott and Officer of the Year Dan Turpin all honored