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It takes 300 people to carry and display the 150 x 300-ft. flag unfurled on the field at the Angels' April 1 season opener.  And Nancy Boyden of Orange recruited every single one.  She organizes the presentation of the massive flag every year, gathering firefighters, police officers, Elks, Rotarians, Kiwanas, elected officials, teachers and volunteers from Tustin, North Tustin, Orange and Villa Park.  The sellout crowd sang the National Anthem while Nancy's brigade held the stars and stripes in place.

APRIL 2014


Rio Santiago developer appeals planning commission decision
By Tina Richards

St. Michael’s Abbey jumps the gun in Silverado
By Ray Chandos

Canyon Beat
By Andrew Tonkovich

Smith cites sense of community, financial stability as City of Orange strengths
By Kim Haman

OUSD pursues funding options, from surplus property sale to a bond measure
By Kim Haman

Tita Smith named assembly district woman of the yearCity of Orange inks contract for street fair
By Richard Callahan

Orange City Council conducts budget study meeting
By Blair Borne

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Restaurants / Food Services
Paris in a Cup
Pacific Ranch Market
Andrew's Ice Cream and Desserts

Real Estate
Mark Sandford
Blair Borne
Edwin Ruiz

Chapman University
Eldorado Emerson
Plumfield Pre-School
La Purisima

Villa Park Dental Center
Thaddeus W. Smith & Associates, Insurance Services

Union Bank
Rotary Club-Villa Park
Peterson's Tree Works
Ganahl Lumber
All Guns Online
•Lee's Pool and Spa
Austin Construction
Law Offices of Marc L. Wilson, APC
Jadtec - Home Security
The Termite Guy
Silverado Shooting Academy
East Orange County Water District

Rambling Rose Estate Jewelry
The Flowery
Bellissima Beauty
Melissa Murphy for Nerium
Seabreeze-Patio Furniture
Johnson Motorcars

Pet Care / Veterinarian
Villa Animal Hospital

Irvine Lake
Silverado Modjeska Recreation & Park District