The Burbank chapter is organized by grade level, and the membership drive is open to current sixth-graders through ninth-graders.
Activities initiate and encourage charitable endeavors and community involvement, as well as foster mother-daughter relationships in social, cultural, leadership and philanthropic training.
In the Burbank chapter, mothers and daughters have given more than 10,000 hours of community service annually to 25 philanthropies located in Los Angeles County, said Rayma Halloran, president of the Burbank Chapter.
Some of the local nonprofit groups that Charity League supports include Burbank Boys & Girls Club, BCR — A Place to Grow (formerly Burbank Center for the Retarded), Burbank Temporary Aid Center, Burbank Rose Float, Burbank Public Library, Burbank Family Service Agency and American Cancer Society.
For more information about membership in the Burbank Chapter, contact vice presidents of membership, Cynthia Morton (cynthia_morton @sbcglobal.net) or Maddy Horne (mmhorne@ aol.com), or call (818) 841-0455.
CHORAL GROUPS ENTERTAIN CABRINI LITERARY GUILD
The Cabrini Literary Guild will meet Feb. 14 at the Oakmont Country Club in Glendale.
The program will feature two choral groups from Arcadia High School. New Spirit consists of an all-girl show choir of 21 members that compete at events throughout the West. The Chanteurs (15 girls and 12 boys) perform all types of music and use choreography as part of their performance.
Rollie Maxson is the director and is now in his 27th year as choir director of the school and his 35th year as a music educator in the Arcadia Unified School District. Veronic Ramos is the choreographer.
The meeting will be at 11 a.m., followed by lunch to be served at noon. The program will begin at 1 p.m.
For reservations, call (323) 257-9873.
SENIOR BULLDOGS GATHER FOR LUNCH AT ELKS CLUB