March 15, 2008
Ticktockers honored for their achievements Seventeen young women, who are members of the Ticktocker Class of 2008 of the Burbank Chapter of the National Charity League, were honored for their volunteer achievements at the annual Senior Presentation at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel on Feb. 17. Kate Alley , daughter of Cheri and Michael Alley , said she really enjoyed helping others in the community. She and her mom earned the Mother Daughter award three of their six years in Charity League.
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.
October 16, 2004
Joyce Rudolph The competition was stiff during the first Tennis Ball dinner dance. But no one was near a court. Instead, a superb array of silent auction gifts kept guests running back and forth to the bidding sheets during the fundraiser for the Family Service Agency, now known as Families First in Burbank. City Manager Mary Alvord was mistress of ceremonies and welcomed the more than 200 guests to the Oct. 8 event at The Castaway. A steak-and-salmon dinner was served and dance music was provided by the band Orange Colored Sky. Mayor Marsha Ramos presented Kermit Floyd, president of the board of directors, with a Mayor's Commendation for his financial guidance of the agency.
May 25, 2002
MERRICK -- GOLDBERG Robert T. and Kathleen M. Merrick of Sunland have announced the engagement of their daughter, Diana Miriam, to Zachary L. Goldberg. Diana graduated from Providence High School, and was a Ticktocker of the National Charity League, Burbank Chapter. She graduated from the USC, where she was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma. The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Steven and Joyce Goldberg of North Bend, Wash. He attended the University of Puget Sound where he served as student body president and was a member of Sigma Chi. He graduated cum laude with degrees in business and psychology.
May 29, 2004
National Charity League Ticktockers presented The National Charity League Burbank Chapter had its Senior Presentation for the Class of 2004 at the Sheraton Universal. The master of ceremonies was Bruce Osgood, principal of Burbank High School. The Ticktockers presented were Kristina Marie Barragan, daughter of Ruben and Karen Barragan; Stefanie Judit Cowan, daughter of Eugene and Maritza Cowan; Briana Nicole Cwik, daughter of Ronald and Carol Cwik; Jacqueline Michele Goglia, daughter of Donald and Jeanette Goglia; Ashley Christine Kurges, daughter of Robert Kurges and Sharon Kurges; Kelly Kimie Reinig, daughter of Patrick and Gail (Hamanaka)
July 17, 2004
Ticktockers model fashions, receive awards National Charity League of Burbank had its annual fashion show and awards event titled "Il Manichino Bello" at The Castaway. Chapter President Dana Brooks welcomed the guests. The 11th- and 12th-grade Ticktocker members modeled fashions spanning from the Medieval times to 2004. Charity League is a six-year, mother and daughter organization that provides volunteer service to local charities. Each member must perform a number of hours each year.
January 24, 2004
Charity League has membership tea The members of the Burbank Chapter of National Charity League are busy planning their annual Membership Tea to welcome the chapter's newest mother and daughter members. Under the leadership of Chairwoman Nancy Baylon, the members will transform a hall at St. Francis Xavier Church into a tropical paradise and extend an "aloha" to these new members. The membership drive, headed by Membership Vice President Jamie Reeves, is underway.