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ENTERTAINMENT
June 20, 2007
TODAY Lockheed Federal Credit Union will host a free Identity Theft Prevention Seminar from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Burbank branch, at 2340 Hollywood Way, Burbank. The seminar will cover steps to avoid identity theft and provide resources for resolving identity theft issues and identity protection. For recommended reservations, call (818) 565-2402 or visit www.lfcu.com for more information. THURSDAY The Burbank African Violet Society meets at 7 p.m. at the Magnolia Park United Methodist Church, 2828 W. Magnolia Blvd.
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SPORTS
By by Grant Gordon | April 26, 2006
When a basketball team loses its returning league most valuable player and reigning All-Area Player of the Year, an obvious quandary as to how to replace the player arises. Well, if you're the La Cañada High girls' basketball team, the question is, apparently, an easy one to answer ? you simply get another player of the year. Such was the case this year, as La Cañada junior Emily Ballard was the second consecutive Spartan voted girls' basketball All-Area Player of the Year by the editors and sportswriters of the Burbank Leader, Foothill Leader and Glendale News-Press.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Isabel Adams | October 11, 2011
Sept. 15 saw the Magnolia Park Optimist Club celebrate the installation of its new officers and directors. This very festive event took place at the Joslyn Center, and the room was full to capacity as the membership turned out in full force to witness this annual event. They all had an opportunity to visit and enjoy each other's company while dinner was served. After dinner, longtime member and former President Jim Lloyd proceeded to officially de-install the outgoing board. The incoming officers and directors and their new 2011-12 President Terry Scott were then sworn in. The officers are 1st Vice President Gary Oseransky; 2nd Vice President Evie Magnante; Secretary Linda Oseransky; Treasurer Kent Warner; Youth Treasurer Ernine Larson; and Dinner Treasurer Pauline Deeter.
NEWS
April 12, 2000
Paul Clinton MAGNOLIA PARK -- Flanked by a handful of protesters expressing their displeasure, city officials cut the ribbon Monday on $1.2 million in improvements to the city's antique row. "Thank you for joining us today to initiate the revitalization of Magnolia Park," Mayor Stacey Murphy said, after reading a short statement at a podium set up at Magnolia Boulevard and Cordova Street. Murphy, who lives in the district, Councilman Bob Kramer and other city officials attended the event, which was marked by picketers waving signs that mocked the city's efforts by referring to the neighborhood as "our 'glamorous' Magnolia Park."
NEWS
September 25, 2004
Mark R. Madler A new 52-space parking lot was among the projects City Council members approved as part of a plan to boost local interest in the Magnolia Park area. The parking lot is at the Burbank Community Church, 3310 W. Magnolia Blvd., but the city would be allowed to use it for shoppers and store employee parking when the church did not need it. Council members on Tuesday amended their budget to allocate $125,000 from the city's development agency to improve the parking lot. The estimated total cost for the improvements is $250,000.
NEWS
By Angela Hokanson | May 28, 2008
Burbank residents pedaled around the city’s Magnolia Park neighborhood on Saturday, popping into stores and restaurants to pick up free treats, and then back onto the sidewalks and streets to continue their bike rides. The riders were taking part in the second annual Magical Magnolia Bicycle Tour — an event organized by the Magnolia Park Partnership, a nonprofit organization that was formed to improve and promote the area, which was named a business improvement district last year.
NEWS
By Jason Wells | April 12, 2009
MAGNOLIA PARK — Bands of bicyclists descended upon the Chandler Bikeway at California Street on Saturday for the third annual self-guided bike tour of the Magnolia Park business district. Hundreds of bicyclists, after registering at a tent on the Chandler Bikeway, got their “passports” stamped at participating shops along Magnolia Boulevard in what organizers said has become an increasingly important marketing tool for the district, especially given the unfolding recession.
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