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BURBANK

Burbank African Violet Society
The next monthly meeting of the Burbank African Violet Society will be held. Club member Bernadine Poulsen will be giving the program on the care and propagation of growing a Streptocarpus. Guests are always welcome to attend our meetings.

Magnolia Park United Methodist Church
2828 W. Magnolia Blvd.
Thursday, May 17, 10 a.m.

TOLUCA LAKE

Estate Planning Seminar
You are cordially invited to attend a free Estate Planning Seminar where we will discuss a sensible approach to utilizing insurance to plan your legacy.

Malbec Restaurant
1001 Riverside Dr.
Tuesday, May 22, 6—8 p.m.

Please RSVP to Marlene by May 15 at
(818) 295-3778 to secure a seat.

Free Family Movie Night
The Toluca Lake Elementary PTA will present a Free Family Movie Night. Friends and neighbors are invited to enjoy the latest movie featuring your favorite frog and his pals trying to save their theatre from a greedy oil tycoon. The night will feature a full concession stand with hot dogs, fresh popcorn, drinks, and candy. Concession stand proceeds benefit the PTA to raise money for school enrichment activities. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. — come early for best seating, and to take part in the Family Fun Night Raffle! Seating is limited and first come, first served.

Additional parking available at the rear of campus. Enter from Strohm Avenue, just south of Addison Street.

Toluca Lake Elementary School Auditorium
4840 Cahuenga Blvd., NoHo
Friday, June 1, 5:30 p.m.
(Movie Starts at 6:30 p.m.)

For more information, call (818) 293-7821 or visit www.tolucapta.weebly.com.

STUDIO CITY

Take ACT Test For Free
Young adults are invited to take a practice test for the ACT exam at the Studio City Branch of the Los Angeles Public Library. This opportunity is presented by the Library Foundation of Los Angeles as a chance to prepare for taking the actual test, which is given before one applies for college admission. To register, you may call the Young Adult Librarian at (818) 755-7873 or stop at the Reference Desk and sign up in person. If you are going to take this exam, it is a good idea to invite a friend to take it, too. Years from now you will both remember this day as one that helped you to prepare for entrance into an important phase of your life — attendance at college.
The practice test will be given under the auspices of the Princeton Review test preparation staff.

Studio City Library
12511 Moorpark St.
Saturday, May 19, 12 Noon—5 p.m.

ALL OVER

Flag Football
Register now for 5-man all-passing flag football leagues in San Fernando Valley, Van Nuys, and So Pasadena (also Santa Fe Springs). Evening & weekend leagues begin first week in June. Inter-league playoffs with neighboring counties. Call toll free to (877) 846-3178 or visit TopGunFlagFootball.com. Must be 18 + to play. Referees needed.

GLENDALE

Spring Dance
The L.A. Catholic Alumni Club Singles hosts its Spring Dance. All are welcome. Admission is $18. There will be a live band.

Days Inn
450 West Pioneer Dr.
Saturday, May 19, 8 p.m.—Midnight

Call (818) 759-1545 for further info.

LOS ANGELES

California Science Center Space Shuttle Endeavor Announcement
The Mayor will attend a press conference at the California Science Center to discuss the Space Shuttle Endeavor.

California Science Center
700 Exposition Park Dr.
Thursday, May 17, 11 a.m.

Barris Is a Girl’s Best Friend.

That’s car-customizer extraordinaire George Barris – father of the Batmobile – with Marilyn Monroe lookalike Kassandra Carroll at the Bob’s Big Boy Cruise Night in Toluca Lake recently. Barris is sponsoring Carroll in an online “Spirit of Marilyn Monroe” contest.

TOM LABONGE NEWS

Top row, from l, Linda Hawkins, Councilmember Tom LaBonge, Tim Hawkins, Rob Benavidez, NH LAPD Senior Lead Officer, Alice Roth, District Director to Councilmember Tom LaBonge, and DeAnn Hayes. Seated, from l, Marilyn Bush, Byron Hayes, and Leon Saliba.

First Responders Reception
Councilman Tom LaBonge hosted a reception at the Greek Theater on May 8 to honor the first responders to the Griffith Park Fire on the fifth anniversary of the blaze, which charred more than 800 acres of the park. No homes were lost to the fire, thanks to the quick and coordinated work of firefighters, police officers, and the community.

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