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By Joyce Rudolph | October 8, 2013
Nonprofit organizations are always looking for ways to make money for their philanthropies, and members of the Burbank Kiwanis for Fun and Burbank Kiwanis Noon clubs have a suggestion. They are inviting other groups to piggy-back on the annual pancake breakfast to be held from 8 to 11 a.m. on Oct. 26 in the parking lot of the Ume Credit Union, 3000 W. Magnolia Blvd. Groups can sell tickets to the breakfast and receive $3 from the sale of each $6 ticket. For tickets or more information, call Donna Wade at (818)
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December 5, 2001
Laura Sturza MEDIA CITY CENTER -- Santa Claus will join a room full of happy children for a special Saturday breakfast. The event features music from a toy soldier band, storytelling, a warm breakfast and letter writing to Santa with a mailbox to the North Pole. It is suggested that tickets be purchased in advance, as the breakfast often sells out. However, any tickets still available that morning can be purchased at the Media City Center customer service desk.
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August 16, 2003
Molly Shore Teachers are getting more than shiny, red apples this morning. Educators attending the annual Teacher Appreciation breakfast hosted by Office Depot in Burbank will leave with tote bags full of supplies to use in their classrooms this fall. About 150 Burbank teachers turned out for last year's breakfast, but store manager Ben Min said he is expecting an even bigger turnout this morning because Office Depot has created the Star Teacher Program.
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May 31, 2008
Program changes recommended Lori Ordway-Peck, assistant superintendent of business services for the Burbank Unified School District, will present four options to amend the food services program. Her suggestion proposes to either increase food prices by 25 cents, reduce labor in the program, and eliminate breakfast at secondary schools. The second option would also decrease labor and eliminate breakfast, but increase food prices by 50 cents. Two final options would reduce labor, remove breakfast from all four secondary schools and increase food prices by either 25 or 50 cents.
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November 21, 2001
Karen S. Kim Chamber hosts new member breakfast BURBANK -- The Burbank Chamber of Commerce is inviting all of its new members, those who joined in 2001, to a breakfast to celebrate their membership. The breakfast begins at 9 a.m. on Dec. 6 and will give new members a chance to meet chamber officials, committee heads and staff members, review the chamber's service in 2001 and discuss how to best use a chamber membership. Participants must RSVP to the chamber by Nov. 30 by calling 846-3111.
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June 29, 2002
RSVP volunteers honored at breakfast HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- Six hundred members of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Burbank will be honored this morning for their service. The breakfast at the Castaway will include recognition of those who have volunteered from five to 25 years of service. Scheduled to present awards are Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) and Assemblyman Dario Frommer (D-Burbank). For entertainment, the Verdugo Hills Showtime Chorus will perform patriotic songs.
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May 22, 2004
The public is invited to attend the second annual State of the Schools breakfast recognizing accomplishments in the Burbank Unified School District. The breakfast will be at 7:15 a.m. Thursday at the Castaway, 1250 Harvard Road. Seats are $20 each. Supt. Gregory Bowman will give the keynote address. The event will recognize Burbank Community Foundation Fellows, a mentoring program that paired three district high school students with area business leaders and Teacher of the Year nominees from the district's 11 elementary schools.
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October 19, 2002
AS IF YOU ASKED We've all heard the truism "Brunch is the most important meal of the day." Who doesn't know of the slogan for a cereal that claims to be, "The brunch of champions?" Surely "the midmorning bird gets the worm" couldn't have become a cliche unless there is some truth to it, right? I'm sure most of you recognized something was a bit off with every one of those sayings, all of which actually refer to breakfast and early morning hours.
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December 19, 2007
Austin Cook would have turned 12 on Sunday. But on Saturday morning, instead of starting his birthday weekend with wishes and gifts, his family and friends will hold a fundraiser in memory of his short life. Austin, a sixth-grader at John Muir Middle School, died of a heart attack Nov. 29 after collapsing during a midmorning run in his physical education class. “I think that, obviously, it was a very traumatic experience for students and the staff,” Principal Dan Hacking said.
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January 7, 2014
I'm holding a pancake breakfast and silent auction on Saturday, Jan. 11, from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. (silent auction closes at 11:30 a.m.) to raise funds for my Boy Scout Eagle project. My project entails repairing the cracks and potholes in the American Legion Burbank Post 150 parking lot and contracting the recoating and restriping of the parking lot. Please come out to Magnolia Park United Methodist Church, 2828 W. Magnolia Blvd. this Saturday to help this project, eat great food and possibly win an auction item.
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By Alene Tchekmedyian, alene.tchekmedyian@latimes.com | January 3, 2014
Golfers can expect a new restaurant menu and synergy between golf and food operations at DeBell Golf Club next week with the Canyon Grille, the club's new eatery, slated to open for breakfast and lunch on Friday. Tom Shayman, 17-year owner and operator of the Burbank Bar and Grille on North San Fernando Road, has taken the helm of the club's restaurant. “We want to make everybody feel warm and welcome here,” Shayman said Friday. “We're really going to be invested in the golf operation.” Customers will be able to enjoy a whole new menu, which Shayman described as “California continental,” with comfort dishes such as macaroni and cheese, burgers and flatbread pizzas, along with ahi tuna and salmon entrées.
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By Joyce Rudolph | October 8, 2013
Nonprofit organizations are always looking for ways to make money for their philanthropies, and members of the Burbank Kiwanis for Fun and Burbank Kiwanis Noon clubs have a suggestion. They are inviting other groups to piggy-back on the annual pancake breakfast to be held from 8 to 11 a.m. on Oct. 26 in the parking lot of the Ume Credit Union, 3000 W. Magnolia Blvd. Groups can sell tickets to the breakfast and receive $3 from the sale of each $6 ticket. For tickets or more information, call Donna Wade at (818)
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By Lisa Dupuy | July 18, 2013
A plateful of thick, eggy French toast triangles amply drizzled with Nutella and sprinkled with powdered sugar stares up at my son. It's the kind of presentation that makes a kid's eyes widen in disbelief. He stares back, knife and fork in hands. Does he pierce the strawberry first? Sink into the whipped cream? Or go for the full attack? The latter strategy wins out. A forkful of fluffy, creamy, chocolatey sweetness elicits one of those guttural pleasure sounds. This is what people - many, many people - come to Bea Bea's for. They come for the pleasure of a decadent breakfast.
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By Maria Hsin, maria.hsin@latimes.com | May 11, 2012
Hundreds of people gathered early Thursday for the 37th annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast in the Rancho neighborhood under the themes of encouraging youth, coming together to better the community and having faith in one's abilities to help others. Mayor Dave Golonski said everyone faces challenges, and that while Burbank isn't perfect, residents pull together to make things happen. City officials, school leaders and faith-based groups gathered to hear guest speaker Jay Schroeder - a former NFL quarterback who played for the Washington Redskins, Los Angeles Raiders and others - touch on the theme of having faith and using your God-given abilities to help others.
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March 20, 2012
La Providencia Guild of Children's Hospital Los Angeles conducted its annual meeting and breakfast at Burbank's Castaway banquet center on March 10. Chairwoman Sue Ann Gordon and her committee decorated the room with Audrey Hepburn's movie, “Breakfast at Tiffany's.” Guild members also dressed to the theme and were greeted by committee members Pat Maskell, Kris Veatch, and Chris Welker. Following officers' annual reports, Judy Gragg, outgoing president, passed the gavel to new president, Nancy Johnson.
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October 11, 2011
The Kiwanis Club of Burbank and the Burbank Kiwanis For Fun will be hosting their annual joint pancake breakfast on Oct. 29. As before, it will be held in the parking lot of Tyerman's Automotive, 1420 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, from 8 to 11 a.m. This is a fundraiser for both clubs, and it will help some programs of Burbank schools. For tickets for the Kiwanis Club of Burbank, contact Gary Peterson at (818) 848-3614 or petersongb@sbcglobal.net. For Burbank Kiwanis For Fun, contact Donna Wade at (818)
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By Bryan Mahoney | September 20, 2011
In the back corner of the John Burroughs High School courtyard, about as far as you can get from the stage and still keep an ear on the action, Connie Trimble packed up the last of her cooking utensils. On that stage all Saturday morning, the varied and dynamic singing groups of the school's Vocal Music Assn. took the community through a musical odyssey, from warm-ups all the way through a complex harmonized classical piece. Through it all, Trimble kept the crowd well-fed with a signature pancake recipe from her family's restaurant, Barron's.
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By Joyce Rudolph, joyce.rudolph@latimes.com | November 6, 2010
Mike Campbell and his son, Hayden, 8, combine exercise with fun on their trips to school several mornings a week. Some days they ride their bikes. Other times, they take their skateboards or scooters. And then there are the days the third-grader jumps onto his PlasmaCar Ride-On vehicle and zips toward Miller Elementary School. "It's actually really fun," Hayden said about spending time with his dad. This time of the morning, "it's a joy ride," Mike Campbell said. "He learns the rules of the road, and I tell him every driver is a crazy driver.
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