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Bible school offers treasures of Nile HILLSIDE...

Bible school offers treasures of Nile

HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- An imaginary trip to Egypt to search for

biblical treasures is part of an upcoming vacation Bible school

sponsored by the Magnolia Park United Methodist Church.


Biblical stories, songs, crafts and puppets will be offered during

the week-long session, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Aug. 4 to 8. The school

is free for children in kindergarten through sixth grade.

The church is at 2828 W. Magnolia Blvd. For more information or to


register, call 846-2866.

Molly Shore

Chihuahuas might be released soon

BURBANK -- A judge next month is expected to approve an agreement

that would allow a Burbank rescue organization to place nearly 200

Chihuahuas seized from an Acton breeder into foster homes.

Chihuahua Rescue reached an agreement with Los Angeles County

Department of Animal Control and Care to turn over the dogs, which


county officials said have formed aggressive, feral packs. The deal

was to be finalized at a July 17 hearing, but the breeder the dogs

were seized from refused to sign the agreement.

District attorney officials said they are confident the judge will

order the dogs to be placed by the rescue agency at an Aug. 5


Ben Godar

Freeway lanes to be closed overnight


BURBANK -- Caltrans will be closing up to three lanes of the

Golden State (5) Freeway overnight through the weekend for emergency

pavement repairs.

The freeway lanes will be closed from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. Thursday

through Sunday. The closure will run between Burbank Boulevard and

Alameda Avenue, Caltrans officials said. Similar slab repairs have

taken place along other sections of the Golden State Freeway since

last weekend.

All work is done on a weather-permitting basis, Caltrans officials


Ben Godar

Frommer cable show to air Thursday

BURBANK -- A regular cable TV show featuring Assemblyman Dario

Frommer (D-Burbank) will debut at 9:30 p.m. Thursday on Charter

Communications Channel 25.

“Capitol Connection With Assemblyman Dario Frommer” will give

local viewers an in-depth look at issues faced by lawmakers in

Sacramento, and discuss local issues and events in the 43rd Assembly


Thursday’s show will focus on the state’s $38-billion budget

shortfall, and feature interviews with Assembly members Joe

Canciamilla (D-Pittsburg) and Keith Richman (R-La Crescenta).

The 30-minute show, hosted by Frommer Press Secretary Karen S.

Kim, will be repeated at 9:30 p.m. Thursdays and 3:30 p.m.

Saturdays. Upcoming shows will focus on such issues as health care

and education. The show will air in Burbank, Glendale, La Crescenta,

Montrose and La Canada Flintridge.

Tim Willert