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By Joyce Rudolph | January 28, 2014
The Burbank chapter of National Charity League will host a Casino Night on Saturday at the Castaway restaurant to benefit the Burbank Temporary Aid Center, Burbank Family Service Agency, Kid's Community Dental Clinic of Burbank and BCR “a place to grow,” to name a few. The night will feature dinner and dancing as well as card and table games. There will also be basket raffles and numerous silent-auction items. Tickets are $60 and can be purchased by emailing Burbank chapter President Kim Kaufman at kakauf1@aol.com . For more than 50 years, the mothers and daughters of the Burbank chapter of National Charity League, Inc. have worked together to perform volunteer services as well as to provide goods and funds for local nonprofit agencies.
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March 17, 2001
Local women presented at Charity League gala Several local young women were among the members of the Ticktocker Class of 2001 presented at the National Charity League of Glendale's annual Senior Presentation Saturday at the Sheraton Universal. Honored for six years of volunteer service to their community were Katy Thornton, Lauren Dixon and Kellie McElderry. Katy Thornton, of Burbank, attends Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy. Burbank native Lauren Dixon lives in Glendale and attends Hoover High School.
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By Joyce Rudolph | January 23, 2013
The Burbank Chapter of National Charity League is having a Casino Night on Feb. 9 at the Castaway Restaurant to raise money for its local philanthropies. The night will include dinner, dancing, blackjack and roulette tables and a poker tournament. There will also be basket raffles and an auction for great prizes. All proceeds will be distributed to local philanthropies, such as Burbank Temporary Aid Center, Burbank Family Service Agency, Kid's Community Dental Clinic of Burbank and BCR “a place to grow,” just to name a few. Tickets are $80. To purchase tickets, email kakauf1@aol.com or call Kim Kaufman at (818)
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January 17, 2012
The Burbank chapter of National Charity League, Inc. is looking for mothers and daughters to join the organization. The chapter is hoping to recruit as many Burbank mother and daughter teams as possible. The membership drive is open to current sixth through ninth grade girls who would participate in a six-year program of philanthropic work, educational activities and cultural events. Founded in 1960, the Burbank chapter of National Charity League has more than 60 mother-daughter teams.
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April 4, 2009
TICKTOCKERS HONORED FOR VOLUNTEERISM The Burbank Chapter of National Charity League, Inc. Ticktocker Class of 2009, was introduced at the Senior Presentation at The Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa in February. Family and friends joined in celebrating the accomplishments of these 16 young ladies. Over the past six years these presentees have served the community by volunteering more than 9,750 hours at local philanthropies such as BCR ? ?a place to grow,? Burbank Family Service Agency, Burbank Temporary Aid Center, Burbank Boys & Girls Club and the Burbank Dental Clinic, to name a few. The presentees are: Elyssa Victoria Alarcon , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Alarcon ; Elke Nicole Besvold , daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Chris Besvold ; Haley Elizabeth-Rose Hanna , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Hanna; and Christine Marie Horne , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Horne . More are Stephanie Maral Kardjian , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vahe Kardjian ; Jenna Jean Martin , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Martin ; Madison Ann Mersola , daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Cam Mersola ; Taylor Nicole Morton , daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Mark Morton ; Arianna Nasim Namavar , daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Ali Namavar ; and Christina Nicole Nelson , daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Brad Nelson . Christine Adair Poyner , daughter of Jim Poyner and Patty Carmack-Poyner ; Danielle Melissa Rodriguez , daughter...
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December 31, 2005
organs Candles glowed and carolers sang at the recent Le Bal de Nöel dinner dance gala of the Burbank Chapter of National Charity League. A well-decorated Oakmont Country Club in Glendale was the setting for this year's fundraiser, going on its 47th year, where everyone attending enjoyed a lovely holiday party while they raised funds for local charities. Guests at the Bal were greeted by co-chairwomen, Valerie Nelson and Pam Stumbaugh, both of Glendale. President Nancy Korb introduced special guests, including Barbara Howell, executive director of Burbank Temporary Aid Center.
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By David Laurell | February 11, 2014
Members of the Burbank chapter of National Charity League were joined by their family members, friends and supporters as well as school and city officials for an evening of fun and fundraising at the Castaway restaurant this past week. Mothers in the organization are known as Patronesses, while their daughters are Ticktockers. Convening for its annual Mardi Gras Casino Night, the local league chapter, which is celebrating its 54th year, was honored to welcome special guests including Burbank Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy , Burbank School Board Vice President Roberta Reynolds , City Treasurer Debbie Kukta and Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority President Sue Georgino . Other notable guests included Barbara Howell , executive director of the Burbank Temporary Aid Center, and Vicki Williams , who serves on the executive committee overseeing the organization that provides emergency aid to families and individuals in need.
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January 15, 2000
Joyce Rudolph Ticktockers of National Charity League, Burbank Chapter honored 21 Vagabonds at a tea at the Burbank home of Kathy Zoradi. Charity League is a philanthropic and social organization for young women in grades seven through 12, and their mothers. The young women are called Ticktockers. The Victorian Tea was the first hosted by the Ticktockers in honor of the Vagabonds, a group of women whose daughters have graduated from the program.
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By David Laurell | February 11, 2014
Members of the Burbank chapter of National Charity League were joined by their family members, friends and supporters as well as school and city officials for an evening of fun and fundraising at the Castaway restaurant this past week. Mothers in the organization are known as Patronesses, while their daughters are Ticktockers. Convening for its annual Mardi Gras Casino Night, the local league chapter, which is celebrating its 54th year, was honored to welcome special guests including Burbank Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy , Burbank School Board Vice President Roberta Reynolds , City Treasurer Debbie Kukta and Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority President Sue Georgino . Other notable guests included Barbara Howell , executive director of the Burbank Temporary Aid Center, and Vicki Williams , who serves on the executive committee overseeing the organization that provides emergency aid to families and individuals in need.
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By Joyce Rudolph | January 28, 2014
The Burbank chapter of National Charity League will host a Casino Night on Saturday at the Castaway restaurant to benefit the Burbank Temporary Aid Center, Burbank Family Service Agency, Kid's Community Dental Clinic of Burbank and BCR “a place to grow,” to name a few. The night will feature dinner and dancing as well as card and table games. There will also be basket raffles and numerous silent-auction items. Tickets are $60 and can be purchased by emailing Burbank chapter President Kim Kaufman at kakauf1@aol.com . For more than 50 years, the mothers and daughters of the Burbank chapter of National Charity League, Inc. have worked together to perform volunteer services as well as to provide goods and funds for local nonprofit agencies.
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By Joyce Rudolph | January 23, 2013
The Burbank Chapter of National Charity League is having a Casino Night on Feb. 9 at the Castaway Restaurant to raise money for its local philanthropies. The night will include dinner, dancing, blackjack and roulette tables and a poker tournament. There will also be basket raffles and an auction for great prizes. All proceeds will be distributed to local philanthropies, such as Burbank Temporary Aid Center, Burbank Family Service Agency, Kid's Community Dental Clinic of Burbank and BCR “a place to grow,” just to name a few. Tickets are $80. To purchase tickets, email kakauf1@aol.com or call Kim Kaufman at (818)
ENTERTAINMENT
January 17, 2012
The Burbank chapter of National Charity League, Inc. is looking for mothers and daughters to join the organization. The chapter is hoping to recruit as many Burbank mother and daughter teams as possible. The membership drive is open to current sixth through ninth grade girls who would participate in a six-year program of philanthropic work, educational activities and cultural events. Founded in 1960, the Burbank chapter of National Charity League has more than 60 mother-daughter teams.
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March 27, 2010
Avid walker celebrates 100 years Laura Gossard of Burbank recently celebrated her 100th birthday with family and friends. She was born Feb. 3, 1910, in Wayne, Neb. Laura’s family moved to Compton in the mid-1920s. After her graduation from Compton High School, she graduated from Woodbury Business College. She worked as a secretary at Prudential Life Insurance Co. After meeting A. Lynn Gossard, they married in June 1930. They moved to Burbank in 1935 and had two sons, Thomas and Phillip , who went through the Burbank school system.
FEATURES
December 31, 2005
organs Candles glowed and carolers sang at the recent Le Bal de Nöel dinner dance gala of the Burbank Chapter of National Charity League. A well-decorated Oakmont Country Club in Glendale was the setting for this year's fundraiser, going on its 47th year, where everyone attending enjoyed a lovely holiday party while they raised funds for local charities. Guests at the Bal were greeted by co-chairwomen, Valerie Nelson and Pam Stumbaugh, both of Glendale. President Nancy Korb introduced special guests, including Barbara Howell, executive director of Burbank Temporary Aid Center.
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April 17, 2004
Charity League welcomes members at tea The peaceful music of Hawaii filled the air at the Membership Tea hosted by the Burbank Chapter of National Charity League. Using an "aloha" theme, Tea Chairwoman Nancy Baylon and her committee turned Cabrini Hall at St. Francis Xavier Church into a tropical paradise to welcome the chapter's newest members. Surfboards lined the stage and palm trees graced the hall where the tables were decorated with pineapple and orchid centerpieces.
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