listen to the music of yesteryear, see the cars they grew up with, visit
more than 70 arts-and-crafts exhibits and later enjoy the best hot dogs,
hamburgers and fries in town.
Children of all ages will be entertained by none other than Warner
Bros.' Bugs Bunny. Jay Ohrberg will bring his show-stopping car "The Pink
Panther" accompanied by the Pink Panther himself. Cameras are welcomed.
Cars will be judged in the following divisions: 1) Stock. 2) Modified.
3) Muscle Car. 4) Pony Cars. 5) Sports Cars -- Domestic 6) Sports Cars --
Foreign. 7) Trucks. 8) Motorcycles. 9) Under Construction, and 10)
Special Interest. Judging will be done by participants and trophies will
be presented by celebrity guests.
BTAC is a local community service agency that helps the needy with
short-term emergency needs such as food, shelter and other the
necessities of life. Founded in 1974, it operates with two full-time and
one part-time employee and 80 volunteers. BTAC is governed by a volunteer
board of directors.
Burbank Kiwanis for Fun Club emphasizes "hands on" physical and
monetary assistance, focusing on the needs of children and the elderly.
For additional information about this charity event and for car show
entry applications, contact Mike Steciuk at 848-7576 or Tony Wade at
As a result of the Zonta Club of Burbank's recent membership drive,
two new members, Janet Hartley and Ruth Coolidge, have been initiated
into the club.
Members of the Burbank area club are busy planning and preparing to
host a luncheon for 1,400 members attending their upcoming international
convention in Honolulu in July. The luncheon theme is "The Magic of the
Movies -- Sharing our Stories" and the club promises to take the spirit
of Hollywood to Hawaii for international Zontians to share.
Both the Burbank and Foothill Civitan Clubs are putting special
emphasis on membership growth this month in celebration of Civitan
Burbank Kiwanis Club president, Chuck Lilly, recently honored club
member and accomplished tennis player, Harry Woods, with The Harry Woods
Tennis Scholarship. Woods presented a club check in the amount of $500 to
Steve Starleaf of the Burbank Tennis Center. The money will be used to
assist young players with the cost of lessons, rackets and other tennis
Karen Hubbard's service club column appears every other week. She
welcomes information about projects, fund-raisers, meetings and awards.
Reach her by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call or fax 842-4370.