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JRC Line Dancers entertaining locally The JRC...

JRC Line Dancers entertaining locally

The JRC Line Dancers have been entertaining at senior adult

facilities in Burbank and Glendale.

They have appeared at the Burbank Gardens Retirement Hotel and the


Broadview Retirement Hotel in Glendale. They will also perform at a

talent show in July at the Joslyn Adult Center in Burbank.

JRC stands for Jackie Robinson Center where the group continues to



They perform a 30- to 45-minute show to such country and western

favorites like “Boot Scootin’ Boogie,” Honky Tonk Attitude,” “Waltz

Across Texas” and others.

For more information, call Vivian Robles at (626) 570-9754.

Spirituality is topic of meeting

The Verdugo Glen Chapter of the American Business Women’s Assn.

will meet on Wednesday at the Glendale Elks Club, 120 E. Colorado St.

in Glendale. Networking is at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner, program


and business meeting at 6:30 p.m.

The speaker is Karen Kaigler-Walker, professor of marketing and

psychology at Woodbury University in Burbank. Walker has written two

books and is the author of numerous newspaper and magazine articles.

She will speak on “Spirituality in the Workplace.”

The cost for dinner is $17. For information and reservations, call

242-2105 by 6 p.m. Sunday.

Stamper honored for 25 years service


The Kiwanis Club of Burbank will honor the Rev. Larry Stamper of

the First United Methodist Church of Burbank on May 31 at Lakeside

Golf Club in Burbank. This is the club’s sixth annual gala

fund-raising event and will feature a live and silent auction and

gourmet dinner.

Stamper, the former mayor of Burbank, will be recognized for

setting the standards for charitable activism and community

leadership for more than 25 years in Burbank.

Proceeds will go to Burbank schools’ art departments, Burbank

Temporary Aid Center, youth scholarships and others. The Kiwanis Club

of Burbank is celebrating its 80th year in the community.

Social hour begins at 6 p.m. Tickets are $60. For reservations,

call Marsha Jackson at 767-7756.

Los Angeles Cinema Club to meet

The Los Angeles Cinema Club, celebrating its 72nd year, will meet

at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Veteran’s Memorial Hall, 1115 W.

Magnolia Blvd.,. Burbank.

The amateur photo club is a social and special interest group made

up of beginners and experienced filmmakers, including many

international and national contest winners. Although the group

primarily works in video formats now, members also work in color

slides and film. The group is open to visitors who make films, edit

films and enjoy showing and/or watching them.

For more information, call 842-3820.

Club members see fashion show

Draper’s Delightful Showcase was the title of the Glendale Women’s

Athletic Club Annual Fashion Show presented earlier this month. Eight

members of the club’s Mannequins Department modeled clothes from

Draper’s & Damon’s of Pasadena.

The event began with a tasty luncheon. Barbara Leitch shared her

wonderful piano playing as each model was presented. The event

included more than $150 in door prizes, which nine lucky guests

shared in the winnings. The event culminated with a lovely afternoon

of bridge playing. The proceeds from this event assist the club in

its ongoing charitable donations to the community.