Tori Spelling Makes Appearance at Burbank Boys & Girls Club

Tori Spelling looks on as her husband Dean McDermott and kids help put installing the new playground matts, at Burbank Boys & Girls Club. (Photo by Ross A. Benson]

By Juanita Adame

Temperatures were hot here in Burbank on Tuesday afternoon and while most reporters, photographers, and those attending the “Never Be Bored Again” campaign complained about the heat, celebrity mom and actress Tori Spelling, did not.

Tori Spelling, quite pregnant, poses for photographers during her launch of ‘Never Be Bored Again’ Campaign held at The Burbank Boys and Girls Club. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Looking cool, collected, and (oh did we mention) very pregnant, Spelling visited the Boys and Girls Club in an effort to help promote the cause and inspire children to live a more active lifestyle.

She told reporters that she feels it is important to keep children active and creative, and said she loves to work on projects and crafts with her children: Liam, 5, Stella, 4, and Hattie, 10-months.

Accompanied by her husband Dean, two older children, Liam and Stella, the mother of three (soon to be four) helped pot some plants, install grid tiles into the newly renovated basketball court, all while talking to the crowd and answering questions.

Tori Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott watch as kids get to use some of the new playground equipment, at Burbank Boys & Girls Club. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)




The campaign will fund up to $100,000 to Boys and Girls Clubs of America and their sport and recreation programs. Spelling and the Lunchables team are inviting families to capture photos of activities that they have come up with to conquer boredom, visit the “Never Be Bored Again” application at, and upload their pictures.

Every photo that is uploaded from August 28, 2012 through October 15, 2012 will generate a $1 donation to Boys and Girls Clubs nationwide. After uploading their photo, consumers will receive a $1 off coupon for new Lunchables with smoothie while supplies last. For more information visit,

Kids arrive to the Boys and Girls Club from Burbank schools to a new playground full of fun stuff. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Everybody was offered Lunchables, here is yours. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)