CRANFORD – On Saturday, Jan. 29, the Cranford Chamber of Commerce, Deputy Mayor Kevin Campbell and about 35 more people welcomed Heartwood Restorations to Cranford. The business, which offers wooden artifacts, wood carvings, chair upholstery and furniture restorations, is located at 29 Alden Street.
At the ribbon cutting, Kathleen Prunty from the Downtown Management Corporation, Bob Hoeffler from the Chamber of Commerce, Cranford Finance Commissioner Ed O’Malley, Deputy Mayor Kevin Campbell, Heartwood Restorations owner Miguel Garcia, his wife, staff members and Barbara Bilger from the Chamber of Commerce.
(Photo courtesy of the Cranford Chamber of Commerce)
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