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August 29, 2007
The JCPenney Afterschool Fund awarded the Burbank Community YMCA with an almost $11,000 grant, according to an announcement from the YMCA on Tuesday. The grant is to provide financial help to young people who don?t have enough money to participate in an after-school program or those who are already in an after-school program and may be forced to drop out because of lack of funds. The grant is part of 319 other donations to YMCA?s around the country from the JCPenney Afterschool Fund.
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June 6, 2009
BURBANK FLORAL ENTRY RECEIVES TROPHY Las Floristas celebrated its 71st Floral Headdress Ball on May 1 in the Crystal Ballroom of the renowned Beverly Hills Hotel. Eight mannequins bedecked with flowers from the top of their headdresses to the hemlines of their costumes portrayed well-known affairs of our time in keeping with the theme, ?An Affair to Remember.? Tony Potts of Access Hollywood was master of ceremonies. ?A Night at Carnivale,? designed by Vynss and Lisa Gonzalez of Burbank and worn by Maggie Simms of Toluca Lake, took the Sweepstakes Award.
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June 6, 2009
BURBANK FLORAL ENTRY RECEIVES TROPHY Las Floristas celebrated its 71st Floral Headdress Ball on May 1 in the Crystal Ballroom of the renowned Beverly Hills Hotel. Eight mannequins bedecked with flowers from the top of their headdresses to the hemlines of their costumes portrayed well-known affairs of our time in keeping with the theme, ?An Affair to Remember.? Tony Potts of Access Hollywood was master of ceremonies. ?A Night at Carnivale,? designed by Vynss and Lisa Gonzalez of Burbank and worn by Maggie Simms of Toluca Lake, took the Sweepstakes Award.
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August 29, 2007
The JCPenney Afterschool Fund awarded the Burbank Community YMCA with an almost $11,000 grant, according to an announcement from the YMCA on Tuesday. The grant is to provide financial help to young people who don?t have enough money to participate in an after-school program or those who are already in an after-school program and may be forced to drop out because of lack of funds. The grant is part of 319 other donations to YMCA?s around the country from the JCPenney Afterschool Fund.
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