Church offers temple facility for services
In a cooperative endeavor, officials of St. Jude's Episcopal Church
have offered use of their facility to Temple Beth Emet for its high
A higher attendance for Rosh Hashanah, Sept. 17 and 18, and Yom
Kippur, Sept. 26 and 27, call for a larger worship facility. Last year,
Rabbi Mark Sobel of Temple Beth Emet searched for an appropriate
facility, and Father "Chuck" Mitchell graciously opened the church doors
to the temple congregation, without a usage fee. The temple has been
invited to return this year.
Crafters needed to help with church boutique
Crafters in the community are invited to help raise funds for a local
church group by making items for the annual boutique.
The Christian Women's Fellowship at Little White Chapel is having its
13th annual Fall Festival Crafters Boutique on Nov. 2 and 3. at the
church social hall, 1711 N. Avon St., Burbank.
Those interested in helping can call 846-8609.
Fund-raiser helps child development
Two Burbank residents are helping organize a fund-raiser for the Child
Development Institute, an organization that supports healthy development
between parents and their young children.
The third annual Block Party will be from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
15, at the CBS Studio Center, 4024 N. Radford Ave., Studio City.
Dan Saliba of Burbank is the accountant for the Encino center and is
the director of both its Community Advisory Board and Business
Development Board. Dana Kalek, also of Burbank, is a member of the
organization's Special Aides Training program.
Entertainer Fred Travalena will host the party, which is also a salute
to CBS Television executive Michael Klausman.
There will be a live and silent auction, and performances by singer
Joy Burnworth and the Cal State Northridge Steel Drum Band. Local
restaurants such as Chin Chin, Buco de Beppo and Taco Bell are providing
Tickets are $45 per person or $75 a couple. For reservations, call