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Event to benefit disabled children

March 04, 2000

Irma Lemus

BURBANK -- Burbank High School Key Club students will host a dinner to

raise money for two children with cerebral palsy.

The student group, in collaboration with United Cerebral Palsy and the

office of Assemblyman Scott Wildman (D-Burbank), will hold a fund-raising

dinner at 6:30 p.m. March 12 in the Bellarmine-Jefferson High School



Money raised will be used for treatment, said Armen Zenjiryan, a key

club member and coordinator of the event. One of the children, 3-year-old

Nicholas Priamos, lives in Burbank. The other child is from Pasadena.

Zenjiryan said the school club has been working on the project for

about six months. Lockheed Martin has donated $1,000 to the effort.

Wildman and representatives from the city of Burbank will attend the

dinner, Zenjiryan said.

For more information, call the United Cerebral Palsy local office at

782-2211, ext. 430.

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