Optimists welcome new officers, board
Burbank Magnolia Park Optimist Club installed new officers and
welcomed a new board of directors at the organization’s annual
installation last month at The Castaway.
New officers for 2003-04 are: Julie DeBoever, president; Jesse
Fox, president-elect; Janet Fortune, vice president; Ricki Stambaugh,
secretary; and Kent Warner, treasurer.
New board members are: Bob Stoll (outgoing president); Gene
Gardner; Rick Burghdorf; Tom Arnott; Bill Bertrand; Jim Lloyd; Bill
Flora; Connie Gonzalez; and George Nelson.
Magnolia Park Optimist Club supports such youth activities as
sports programs and summer camps and provides college scholarships.
The club meets at 7:30 a.m. Thursdays at De Bell Municipal Golf
Course. For membership information, call 846-5781.
New alumna on Woodbury board
HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- Alison Bruesehoff has been appointed by
Woodbury University as alumni representative to the Board of
Bruesehoff, who earned a master’s degree in business
administration from Woodbury in May, is the executive director of the
Forest Lawn Museum at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale. She
previously served as director of collections management at the Autry
Museum of Western Heritage in Los Angeles.
During her time at Woodbury, the Los Angeles resident served as
president and vice president of public relations for the MBA Assn.
Bruesehoff also has a master of arts degree in museum studies from
George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and a bachelor’s
degree from Stephens College in Columbia, Mo.