J. Crew Factory opens in Bella Terra; Stretch Lab expands to San Clemente – Orange County Register

J. Crew Factory opened at Bella Terra in Huntington Beach.

The 6,597 square foot retail store is adjacent to Kohl’s and HSS, not far from the recently opened Puesto Restaurant.

J. Crew Factory services include online shopping pickup and private shopping appointments. Be sure to ask the retailer for their discounts if you’re a teacher, student, healthcare worker, first responder, or in the military.

Store hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.

Bella Terra Address: 7777 Edinger Ave.

StretchLab, the assisted stretching franchise, opens at 225 W Avenida Vista Hermosa Suite C in the San Clemente Outlets. (Courtesy of StretchLab)

Stretch in San Clemente

StretchLab, the assisted stretching franchise, opens at 225 W Avenida Vista Hermosa Suite C in the San Clemente Outlets.

StretchLab San Clemente is owned and operated by Clark and Moranda Fielding and Andrew and Ashly Lark, friends from their college years at Brigham Young University.

The stretching center is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Find more information at StretchLab.com, by email at [email protected] or by phone at 949-281-0838.

  • Judge Thomas Delaney was appointed by Governor Gavin Newsom...

    Judge Thomas Delaney was appointed by Governor Gavin Newsom to serve as an associate judge of the Court of Appeals for the Fourth District, Division Three, in Santa Ana. (Courtesy of Governor Gavin Newsom’s office)

  • William Zidbeck, 57, has been named...

    William Zidbeck, 57, has been appointed as a judge of the Superior Court of Orange County. (Courtesy of Governor Gavin Newsom’s office)

Judicial appointment, appointment for 2 OC residents

Judge Thomas Delaney was appointed by Governor Gavin Newsom to serve as an associate judge of the Court of Appeals for the Fourth District, Division Three, in Santa Ana.

Delaney, 55, of Santa Ana, has served as an Orange County Superior Court judge since 2014 and was a partner at Sedgwick LLP from 2002 to 2014.

The appointment must be confirmed by the Judicial Appointments Commission. Delaney is a Democrat.

Laguna Niguel resident William Zidbeck, 57, was appointed as a judge of the Superior Court of Orange County. He has served as a commissioner in the Orange County Superior Court since April 2022 and served as an assistant district attorney in the Orange County attorney’s office from 1990 to 2020.

  • Natalie Green has been promoted to Director of Operations at...

    Natalie Green has been promoted to operations manager at Santa Ana-based Nekter Juice Bar. (Courtesy of Nekter Juice Bar)

  • Jon Asher has been named the first Chief Marketing...

    Jon Asher has been named the first marketing director of Santa Ana-based Nekter Juice Bar. (Courtesy of Nekter Juice Bar)

  • Ben Gross has joined the Irvine-based law firm McGlinchey as...

    Ben Gross joined the Irvine-based law firm McGlinchey as a partner. His practice specializes in compliance issues facing the Mortgage Origination and Servicing and Fintech industries. (Courtesy of McGlinchey)

Moving

Natalie Green has been promoted to operations manager at Santa Ana-based Nekter Juice Bar. Jon Asher was also named the company’s first chief marketing officer. Green began working with Nekter in 2011 as Controller and for the past six years has served as Senior Vice President of Business Operations. Asher joined Nékter Juice Bar in 2015 and previously served as the company’s vice president of digital marketing. As CMO, he will lead brand development and marketing, brand partnerships, franchise marketing, technology improvement and innovation, menu innovation and product development.

Attorney Ben Gross joined McGlinchey as an associate in the law firm’s Irvine office. Gross’ practice focuses on compliance issues faced by the mortgage servicing and origination and fintech industries. Previously, he was Assistant General Counsel for PennyMac Loan Services for 11 years.

Paula Mattson, director of program management for Southern California Edison, is the new vice chair of the Orange County United Way board.  (Courtesy of OC United Way)
Paula Mattson, director of program management for Southern California Edison, is the new vice chair of the Orange County United Way board. (Courtesy of OC United Way)

On board

Orange County United Way announced the election of Paula Mattson, director of program management for Southern California Edison, as the new vice chair of its board of directors. Mattson will serve as vice president for a one-year term ending June 30, 2023.

Six new board members were also elected to the Orange County United Way Board of Directors. Each will serve a three-year term until June 30, 2025. These are:

Jacques Ballard, director at Cox.

Ido Dotan, executive vice president and general counsel of Banc of California.

Joseph C. Hensley, Market President in Orange County for US Bank.

Larry Labrado, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and Strategic Initiatives at Disneyland Resort.

Michael O’Mahoney, vice president of finance for the Western region at UPS.

Jay Orlandi, executive vice president and general counsel at Pacific Life.

Donate your travel miles to a child Make-A-Wish

Trips That Transform, a month-long collaboration between Make-A-Wish Orange County and the Inland Empire and John Wayne Airport, helps grant travel wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses.

Wishes are often granted using unused airline miles, expiring travel points, and dollars donated by individuals and businesses.

JWA will encourage travelers to donate airline miles throughout August with displays throughout the terminal.

Travelers can donate airline miles and points at ocair.com/wish.

The first pickleball tournament hosted by the Laguna Hills-based Parentis Foundation raised $40,000.  (Courtesy of the Parentis Foundation)
The first pickleball tournament hosted by the Laguna Hills-based Parentis Foundation raised $40,000. (Courtesy of the Parentis Foundation)

Good work

The first pickleball tournament organized by the Laguna Hills-based Parentis Foundation and held at the Newport Beach Tennis and Pickleball Club raised $40,000.

The money will go to the foundation’s intergenerational literacy program, where older adults, ages 50 to 92, mentor and mentor students at risk of not reading at their grade level.

The literacy program, launched in 2017, has provided more than 20,000 individual tutoring sessions to more than 800 students.

Parentis Foundation is the not-for-profit subsidiary of Parentis Health.

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