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Food donations needed for holidays NORTHWEST DISTRICT...

Food donations needed for holidays

NORTHWEST DISTRICT -- Burbank Temporary Aid Center officials are

making an emergency pitch for donations of canned goods and other

non-perishable food for the upcoming holiday season.


The ongoing supermarket strike has hindered donations to BTAC and

other nonprofit organizations, and resulted in the postponement last

week of Make a Difference Day, the city’s annual food drive.

The following is a list of items BTAC needs to stock its pantry:


cans of stew, tuna, Spam, mixed vegetables and mixed fruit; jars of

spaghetti sauce, peanut butter and jelly; and boxes of macaroni and


Two drop-off locations have been established, including BTAC, at

1304 W. Burbank Blvd., and Burbank Police and Fire Headquarters, 200

N. 3rd St., at the corner of Orange Grove Avenue.

For more information, call BTAC at 846-2330.

Haunted house to remain open


MAGNOLIA PARK -- Halloween has come and gone, but not the haunted


Asylum 907 presents Chateau de Torment from 7 to 11 p.m. today and Sunday at 907 California St. The converted home is near the

intersection of Hollywood Way and Magnolia Boulevard.

Admission is free for children and adults.

Compiled by Tim Willert