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
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. The mothers have created a strong bond and continue to meet
every month. They also continue to support Charity League activities,
says Carol Cwik, chapter tea chairwoman. Vagabond president is Estela
In December, the Vagabonds organized the Le Bal de Noel holiday dinner
dance for the chapter at The Castaway. They secured a live band for the
evening, something that hadn't been done in recent years.
Vagabonds attending the tea were Phyllis Ainsworth, Georgine Archer,
Marcia Baroda, Betty Battey, Linda Bowman, Sue Copp, Judi Gascoigne, Eva
Hackett, Joy Hall, Sally Hooper, Estela Ihlenfeldt, Janet Killian, Gwen
Kubasak, Lynne Meares, Kay Merrick, Kathy Plank, Tami Sagona, Fran Scott,
Toni Scurria, Toni Shepherd, Sharon Terranova, Mary Lou Wagner and
A mother and daughter from each grade shared tea chairman
responsibilities, and worked with the rest of the Ticktocker membership
planning food, entertainment, favors and other details. The grade level
patroness tea chairwomen were 12th grade, Mariela Vinas; 11th grade,
Missy Wilson; 10th grade, Lori Hirata; ninth grade, Phyllis Forsch;
eighth grade, Carol Cwik; and seventh grade, Keiko Hishinuma.
Ticktocker tea chairwomen were 12th grade, Angela Eager; 11th grade,
Stephanie Snowden; 10th grade, Erin Klinthong; ninth grade Heather
Hishinuma; eighth grade, Kristina Barragan; and seventh grade, Tyla
Margaret McMullen is president.
The inspirational was read by Jackie Kritch, Ticktocker 12th grade
president. Mistress of ceremonies was Victoria Pinero.
Following the serving of finger sandwiches, desserts, punch and tea,
musical entertainment was performed by the Ticktockers, including an
instrumental performance of Handel's "Bourree" by seventh grade
Ticktockers on piano, violin, two cellos and flute.
Some of the charities supported by Charity League are Burbank
Temporary Aid Center, YMCA Child Care Center and America Red Cross.
The Burbank African Violet Society will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the
Magnolia Park United Methodist Church, 2828 W. Magnolia Blvd.
The cultural class will be presented by Maggie Grande on different
types of African violets. The program will be club participation on the
how and why of growing African violets.
Guests are always welcome. For information, call 846-1241.
The Burbank Retired Senior Volunteer Program is seeking volunteers 55
and older for a variety of opportunities at the new Burbank Stough Canyon
Nature Center. Docent training begins this month and continues through
People are needed to perform office such jobs as answering phones and
responding to questions from the public. Other help is needed in the gift
shop, as hike docents and on displays. Especially needed are those with
skills in graphic arts, construction, electrical and woodworking.
All volunteers for the Nature Programs will be required to go through
a fingerprinting process.
To apply, call RSVP Director Dee Call at 238-5370.
* JOYCE RUDOLPH is features editor. Her society column runs each
Saturday. To have an event covered, call her at 637-3241 or fax
information to 241-1975.