Trout to be interned in North Hollywood
NORTH HOLLYWOOD -- Pioneering aviator Bobbi Trout will be interned
alongside other flying greats Friday at the Valhalla Aviation Portal
of the Folded Wings in North Hollywood.
Trout, who died Jan. 24, did much of her flying over the skies of
Burbank and Glendale. In 1929, she took off from Glendale’s Grand
Central Air Terminal and broke the altitude record for light
aircraft. That same year, she participated in the first women’s
transconti- nental race with her friend Amelia Earhart.
The domed portal where Trout will be interned is at Pierce
Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park, 10621 Victory Blvd.
Following a 4 p.m. ceremony, she will be put to rest alongside
several noted pilots, stunt pilots and barnstormers.
Kindergarten registration begins
BURBANK -- Kindergarten registration for the 2003-2004 school year
will begin next week and continue through the first week of May
during regular school hours at district elementary schools.
Information about specific registration hours is available at
individual school sites.
To be eligible to register for kindergarten, a child must have
been 5 on or before Dec. 2. At the time of registration, parents
should be prepared to show the following:
* A birth certificate or other birth record, such as an official
* Proof of residency, such as a utility bill in the parent’s name.
* Verification of immunizations for measles, polio,
Diphtheria/Pertussis/ Tetanus (DPT), mumps, Hepatitis B, Chickenpox
and Tuberculin skin test, all given within the past year.