August 12, 2009
Phillip Atwan to deliver keynote address today Phillip Atwan, vice president of Exchange Resources, will deliver the keynote address at the Keller Williams Realtor Investment Group?s Reception at 6 tonight at the Keller Williams Offices, 401 S. First St. in Burbank. Atwan?s discussion, ?Using Equity to Build Cash Flow!? will focus on myriad methods that allow real estate investors to integrate more income, deferring capital gains taxes and growing equity from investment property.
October 9, 2002
Gov. Gray Davis has signed legislation written by Assemblymen Dario Frommer (D-Burbank) and Rod Pacheco (R-Riverside) aimed at reducing children's health risks that result from excessive backpack weight. Assembly Bill 2532, signed into law Sept. 29 by Davis, requires the state Board of Education to adopt maximum weight standards for elementary and secondary school textbooks. Supporters of AB 2532 included the California Chiropractic Assn., the California Physical Therapist Assn.
June 18, 2003
Chiropractic center hosts Beach Day NORTHWEST DISTRICT -- Boogie boards, the Beach Boys and beach- related party items will all be part of the 15th annual Beach Day hosted by Thorburn Chiropractic Center today. The event, from 1 to 6 p.m., features discounts for new patients at the center, 1612 W. Burbank Blvd. The cost for an exam, x-rays and an adjustment is $35. For appointments and more information, call 841-1313. Leads Club meets Wednesdays TOLUCA LAKE -- The Burbank Chapter of the Leads Clubs meets weekly to offer area professionals a way to promote their companies, services and products in a noncompetitive environment.
October 31, 2001
Gary Moskowitz NORTHWEST DISTRICT -- If you're not feeling completely sure that your child's candy is safe to eat, you can run the candy through an X-ray machine to put your mind at ease. Charlene Thorburn of Burbank will open her chiropractic clinic from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday for local ghouls and goblins who want to check their candy for metallic objects. Thorburn's clinic is located at 1612 W. Burbank Blvd. in Burbank. An X-ray machine can reveal metallic objects inside of the candy, but it cannot detect chemical changes or nonmetallic objects in candy.
March 26, 2003
Two Burbank Chamber of Commerce members were recognized for their contributions in 2002 at its luncheon earlier this month. Andre B. Murray of the Bern Agency was honored as Volunteer of the Year, and Michael Williams of Williams Chiropractic was awarded Member of the Year. Murray, a first-year member, attended and photographed several Chamber events, documenting mixers, luncheons and ribbon cuttings throughout the year. Williams, a member of the Chamber's Board of Directors and the chairman of the Business Connection Luncheon committee, has steadily built the attendance and raised the quality of the meetings.
December 6, 2003
CASINO NIGHT HELPS GUILD'S PLEDGE A recent fund-raiser sponsored by Providence St. Joseph Medical Center Guild has brought the guild closer to completing its pledge toward a high dose rate brachytherapy device for oncology, President Julie McArdle said. Funds were raised at the Monte Carlo Casino Night Nov. 7 at Lakeside Golf Club. Following the buffet dinner, guests tried their skill at the gaming tables. High rollers delighted in the many prizes distributed at the evening's close.
December 11, 2002
Chamber business luncheon is Thursday HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- Local businesses are invited to network at the monthly Business Connection Luncheon hosted by the Burbank Chamber of Commerce. The holiday program Thursday will feature the Media City Ballet Company performing excerpts of "The Nutcracker," along with Mark Anton at the keyboard for a sing-along at the Castaway, 1250 Harvard Road. The sponsor is Tonari, Inc. Tickets are $20 for members, $25 for prospective members.
June 2, 2004
Robert Chacon Burbank Boulevard business owners have joined together to form a new merchants' group to help them with a variety of issues. The Burbank Boulevard Merchants will help businesses between Hollywood Way and San Fernando Road create a unified voice to deal with marketing, security, street improvements and city issues, said Edgar Chang, the group's treasurer. The businesses will also be able to share the costs of advertising. The group has recruited 14 members since it began last month, and the City Council has paid them a visit, said Chang, who runs a chiropractic office.