Every year Nomahegan Park plays host to Cranstock, an unofficial reunion of sorts for people who once attended Cranford High School. Cranford Radio spoke with two of the organizers, Bob O’Donnell and Chris Turner, and I asked Bob what Cranstock is.
On June 5 Harvest Training Center in Cranford will host ‘A Night of Hope‘ with Mike Palombi as the keynote speaker. The free event will offer outreach to to those suffering from any type of life-controlling substances and/or circumstances.
Mike’s story is more than just the usual ups and downs of life and includes time spent in prison. He’ll share his story and more but Cranford Radio had an opportunity to get a preview and we started off by talking about Mike’s early years growing up in New Brunswick.
The CDC‘s season is coming to an close with the musical “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” Cranford Radio talked with both the director, Jeffrey Fiorello and the two leads, Emily Greenberg and Shane Long, to learn a bit more about the production.
From Beijing, China to La Paz, Bolivia, Rotary has clubs throughout the world. While they’ve been in town for over nine decades, some people aren’t aware of Cranford Rotary and the good works with which they’re involved. Cranford Radio spoke with two members, Rich Feder and Joe Carney, to learn more about the organization.
Trinitas was created from the consolidation of St. Elizabeth Hospital and Elizabeth General Medical Center in 2000. Today, from its Elizabeth base, it serves Central New Jersey. Gary Horan is the president and CEO of Trinitas and was interviewed on Cranford’s TV 35 as part of the new Health Watch series.