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The Burbank Human Relations Council releases a statement on the recent protests that have swept the nation in the wake of the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer, encouraging the City and community to actively work against racism, injustice and violence.
Walking 100 Laps to Raise Funds for COVID Heroes and the Emergency Department
Congressman Adam Schiff who represents Burbank stopped by The Burbank Temporary Aid Center this week to help donate and stock the shelves that are currently low because of the lack of funds for groceries.
“Diva Designs” will premiere on Friday, May 22, from 7 pm to 8 pm on Facebook Live
“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
Burbank Tournament of Roses Association is pleased to present “An Unlikely Tale” This Float will be The City of Burbank’s 89th entry in the 132nd annual Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade on January 1, 2021.
Members of Burbank Road Kings put on a rolling car show this past weekend to 'Thank' First responders and also help a celebrate a birthday for a Burbank 5-year-old.
Gift will Support the Medical Center's Response to COVID-19
South Hills Church is hosting a couple of events this week. Pastor Dave Stewart sent this in if you're interested in helping during the COVID-19 difficult times.
The community was invited and over 100 people gathered on Palm Avenue and San Fernando Road to celebrate Chanuhah
The most anticipated Burbank event, Holiday in the Park, is just a few weeks away on Friday, November 22nd.