CRANFORD – Spencer Savings Bank, a community bank headquartered in Elmwood Park, donated $2,500 to the Cranford First Aid Squad during the official grand re-opening of its Cranford branch located at 213 South Avenue, on Saturday, April 28.
After completing full renovations to the Cranford branch, which suffered extensive flood damage from Hurricane Irene, Spencer Savings Bank celebrated by hosting a grand re-opening event for the community to enjoy, while honoring and donating $2,500 to the local First Aid Squad, which also suffered from the hurricane, losing valuable equipment as a result.
“Being a part of the Cranford community for the past ten years, we are always honored to help fellow community members and organizations during times of need,” said José B. Guerrero, President and CEO of Spencer Savings Bank. “Having suffered hurricane damage to our branch as well, we understand firsthand how hard it is to rebuild. We are proud to help the Cranford First Aid Squad recover and continue to make invaluable contributions to the community, and we are excited to once again open our doors to our local patrons.”
The Cranford branch grand re-opening celebration offered a day of fun entertainment for all ages, including face painting, clowns, balloon animals, refreshments and an iPad giveaway for all guests to enjoy. There are also special product offers, which will be available throughout the month of May.
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