ANCA Burbank Announces 2014 Banquet

ANCA Burbank

BURBANK—The Armenian National Committee of America, Burbank (ANCA-Burbank) is excited to announce its 7th annual banquet, to be held at De Luxe Banquet Hall on May 9th at 7 pm.

The evening’s program will be preceded by a cocktail hour at 7 pm, allowing attendees to mingle with fellow ANCA activists and other guests. This year’s banquet will feature live musical performances, a recap of the activities of ANCA-Burbank in the past year, and, of course, plenty of delicious Armenian food. During the program, ANCA-Burbank will honor individuals who have made great contributions to their community in Burbank.

“Our committee has been working hard to ensure that we have an exciting and fun evening. We are looking forward to welcoming the community to what promises to be the biggest banquet the ANCA-B has organized to date,” said Liliane Arejian, co-chair of the banquet organizing committee. “We are also proud to recognize a few of the many individuals whose tireless work fuel the ANCA-B and contribute to Burbank’s economic and civic life. While their contributions often go unnoticed, we want to take the opportunity to say ‘thank you’ during this banquet,” she added. The names of the honorees will be released in the coming weeks.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact Liliane Arrjian (818) 469-7671 or email info@ancaburbank.org

Tickets can be purchased at itsmyseat.com/ANCAB.

The Armenian National Committee of America, Burbank advances the social, economic, cultural, and political rights of the area’s Armenian American community and promotes increased Armenian American civic participation at the grassroots and public policy levels.

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