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By By Jeff Tully | July 18, 2007
OLIVE PARK — For most of the Hap Minor Baseball season, players were mainly concerned with team-orientated goals, like helping their squads win games or capturing divisional championships. But at the 57th annual installment of the Burbank Civitan Jamboree Saturday, it was a time for individual accomplishments in the annual Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services event. Braving temperatures in the 90s, the day began with a parade from the Media City Center that made its way to Olive Park for a skills competition.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | June 26, 2012
OLIVE PARK - For decades, the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services Department Ponytail Softball league has been the premier place for the area's young players to hone their playing skills. Saturday at Olive Park, the players celebrated the ending of another successful season with the annual Ponytail Softball Jamboree, sponsored by the Foothill Civitan Club. Like their male counterparts a week earlier, the softball players invaded the park for their traditional skills competition, food, refreshments and a lot of awards.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | June 19, 2012
OLIVE PARK - For most of the Hap Minor Baseball season, players were mainly concerned with team-orientated goals, like winning divisional championships. But at the 56th annual installment of the Burbank Civitan Jamboree Saturday at Olive Park, it was a time for individual accomplishments at the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services event. The day began with a parade from the Burroughs High parking lot that made its way to Olive Park for a skills competition. The day of events Saturday marked the end of the season for the city's premiere baseball league.
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July 29, 2006
OLIVE PARK — Players from the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services Ponytail Softball League worked too hard this season to have their party spoiled by hot weather. So, despite searing heat above 100 degrees, the athletes flocked to Olive Park on Saturday to take part in the annual Ponytail Softball Jamboree end-of-the-year celebration. Like their Hap Minor Baseball counterparts the week before, the softball players invaded the park for their traditional skills competition, food and refreshments.
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July 21, 2004
Jeff Tully With temperatures in the high 90s, members of the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services Department Hap Minor Baseball league still had to compete in the heat at Olive Park. However, despite the annoying weather, the athletes were determined to have a good time Saturday at the 49th annual Burbank Civitan Day Jamboree. More than 1,000 players from 75 teams competed in the traditional skills competition, an annual event marking the end of the season.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | June 22, 2011
OLIVE PARK — Participating in the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services Department Hap Minor Baseball league, players are concentrated on more team-orientated goals. During the season, winning championships and notching victories — along with having fun — is the main focus. However, at the 61st annual installment of the Burbank Civitan Jamboree Saturday, it was a time for individual accomplishments in the annual event of the city's biggest baseball league. The day began with a parade from the Burroughs High that made its way to Olive Park for a skills competition.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | June 26, 2012
OLIVE PARK - For decades, the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services Department Ponytail Softball league has been the premier place for the area's young players to hone their playing skills. Saturday at Olive Park, the players celebrated the ending of another successful season with the annual Ponytail Softball Jamboree, sponsored by the Foothill Civitan Club. Like their male counterparts a week earlier, the softball players invaded the park for their traditional skills competition, food, refreshments and a lot of awards.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | June 19, 2012
OLIVE PARK - For most of the Hap Minor Baseball season, players were mainly concerned with team-orientated goals, like winning divisional championships. But at the 56th annual installment of the Burbank Civitan Jamboree Saturday at Olive Park, it was a time for individual accomplishments at the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services event. The day began with a parade from the Burroughs High parking lot that made its way to Olive Park for a skills competition. The day of events Saturday marked the end of the season for the city's premiere baseball league.
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June 28, 2011
OLIVE PARK — For years, the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services Department Ponytail Softball leagues have been the premier place for the area's young players to hone their playing skills. Following a season of intense rivalries and games, athletes got a chance to take it easy and partake in some friendly competition. Saturday at Olive Park, the players celebrated the ending of another successful season with the annual Ponytail Softball Jamboree, sponsored by the Foothill Civitan Club.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | June 22, 2011
OLIVE PARK — Participating in the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services Department Hap Minor Baseball league, players are concentrated on more team-orientated goals. During the season, winning championships and notching victories — along with having fun — is the main focus. However, at the 61st annual installment of the Burbank Civitan Jamboree Saturday, it was a time for individual accomplishments in the annual event of the city's biggest baseball league. The day began with a parade from the Burroughs High that made its way to Olive Park for a skills competition.
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June 24, 2009
OLIVE PARK — For most of the Hap Minor Baseball season, players were mainly concerned with team-orientated goals, like winning divisional titles. But at the 53rd annual Burbank Civitan Club Baseball Jamboree, it was a time for individual accomplishments in the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services event Saturday at Olive Park. In addition to a skills competition that took place, Brennan Brown from the Galan Cubs was given the Jackie Arrington Memorial Award.
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By Jeff Tully | July 23, 2008
OLIVE PARK — The end of the season came last weekend for the members of the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services Ponytail Softball League. However, although another season was laid to rest, it was all smiles and the fun was abundant Saturday at the annual jamboree at Olive Park. Like their Hap Minor Baseball counterparts the week before, more than 700 softball players invaded the park for their traditional skills competition, food and refreshments. The day began with a parade from the Burbank Towncenter Mall to Olive Park for the annual skills competition and awards ceremony.
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July 25, 2007
Results from Saturday's Poneytail Jamboree. T-BALL PINK BASERUNNING ? 1. Haleigh Cusamano (Pixies); 2. Teani White (Winters Little Angels); 3. Hanna Cusamano (Pixies). THROWING FOR ACCURACY ? 1. Alyssa Fajardo (Skittles); 2. Aida Sauri (Lil' Flames); 3. Teani White (Winters Little Angels). THROWING FOR DISTANCE ? 1. Sarah Sarquiz (Pixies); 2. Ryan-Marie Ickes (Redbirds); 3. Melissa Quintanar (Winters Little Angels). HITTING FOR DISTANCE ? 1. Melissa Quintanar (Winters Little Angels)
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By Jeff Tully | July 21, 2007
OLIVE PARK — For most of the Hap Minor Baseball season, players were mainly concerned with team-orientated goals, like helping their squads win games or capturing divisional championships. But at the 57th annual installment of the Burbank Civitan Jamboree Saturday, it was a time for individual accomplishments in the annual Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services event. Braving temperatures in the 90s, the day began with a parade from the Media City Center that made its way to Olive Park for a skills competition.
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