Trey Selman (left) and his sister, Perri Selman Hamilton, in front of their longstanding business in Orange. The dealership was founded by their grandfather, Howard Selman, in 1952.
Selman ChevroletEstablished in Orange in 1952, Selman Chevrolet is one of the oldest
Renowned wheel maker Mike Curtis shows off some of his newly manufactured wheels while standing in front of the 1929 Model-A Ford Truck he built on the popular TV series, “American Hot Rod.” His four-year stint on the show earned him recognition in the hot rod industry.
Officer Sandra Ruelas, who grew up in Orange, got her start with the Police Department when was only 14 years old by volunteering as an Explorer.
Officer Sandra Ruelas
Officer Sandra Ruelas, who was named Non-Sworn Employee of the Year,
Bettie Woody established Woody’s Antiques on North Glassell in 1989 not long after she retired from Disneyland after three decades in the marketing department. Her son, Woody, helps her with the business.
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Joan Alford, proprietor of Tea Leaf Cottage, and her good friend and sales associate, Diann Thomas, greet customers at the popular antiques destination brimming with romantic “must-haves.”
Tea Leaf Cottage
Mother’s Day is every day at Tea
Owner of A&P Collectables, Bonnie Ackerman, works with her daughter, Lisa, at their venerable antiques store on North Glassell, which specializes in elegant glassware and sterling silver flatware.
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Now that Baldwin is back in Orange, Ackerman often enlists his help in A&P Collectables.
Lisa Ackerman and Dan Baldwin tied the knot after 10 years of dating long distance.
Seeing Lisa Ackerman and Dan Baldwin
Rutabegorz owner Paul Berkman stands, menu in hand, in front of the Old Towne restaurant he opened in 2001. Fresh vegetables have been the hallmark of meals since he opened his first restaurant in 1970.