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Burbank Coordinating Council Gears Up For 88th Year Of Service

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The Burbank Coordinating Council holds the first meeting of its 88th year of service to the community on Monday, October 4, with a luncheon...

The Kiwanis Club of Burbank Raises Funds for Youth Projects at Family Fun Day...

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The Kiwanis Club of Burbank hosted a Golf Ball Drop and Family Fun Day charity event at John Muir Middle School on Saturday, July 24, to raise funds for youth in the community.

Greg Madore Leads His Son in Caring for the U.S. Flag to Honor Veterans...

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Greg Madore leads his son, Joseph Madore, in caring for the American flag at Horace Mann Child Development Center to honor U.S. veterans.

Zonta Club of Burbank Area to Present Its First Virtual Lunafest

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Tickets Still Available for the May 22 Film Festival By, For, and About Women

Burbank Police Hold Heros and Helpers Covid Style

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Last night the Burbank Police Department teamed up with Target and the Boys and Girls Club for the “Heroes and Helpers” holiday gift and...

Burbank to be Painted in Orange for Sixteen Days of Activism Against Gender Violence

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Sixteen Days of Activism Against Gender Violence is an international campaign beginning on November 25th, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and ending December 10th

Zonta Club of Burbank Launches Fall Campaign to Fund Wings Grants

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Help Women Rise This Fall aims to raise $20,000 to help area women

Burbank Coordinating Council Begins Outreach Efforts, Holiday Baskets Program

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The Burbank Coordinating Council announces the first meeting of their 87th year will be online on October 5; the BCC is gearing up for Holiday Baskets season with new, socially distanced protocols in place.

Burbank Coordinating Council Shares List Of Pandemic Resources

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The Burbank Coordinating Council has released a list of local, county and state services and information to support members of the Burbank community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Local Sunrise and Noon Rotary Team Up and Successfully Fill BTAC Shelves

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This past weekend members of the Burbank Sunrise Rotary and Noon Rotary held a contactless Food Drive at Ume Credit Unions parking lot in an effort to fill the shelves at Burbank Temporary Aid Center (BTAC).

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myBurbank’s Halloween Guide

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Here is our guide to all things Halloween! Find out what Halloween themed events, classes, carnivals, mixers and parties are happening in Burbank this October.

Burroughs Girls Volleyball Takes Three-Setter From Burbank

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The Bears have to work hard for the sweep as the Bulldogs played with spirit and emotion.