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Cranford Chamber of Commerce Host Annual Breakfast with the Bunny

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CRANFORD. NJ – The Cranford Chamber of Commerce held their annual Breakfast with the Bunny, on Saturday at the Garlic Rose restaurant.

The Easter Bunny arrived by fire truck, to the delight of the children in attendance, according to Barbara Bilger, member of the chamber. Bilger stated, “The children were very excited when the bunny arrived, he handed out candy eggs and posed for pictures with them.”

Those in attendance dined on omelettes, eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage and fruit. It is the fourth year the Garlic Rose has hosted the event. The Garlic Rose is also the site for Breakfast with Santa in December.

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After breakfast, the Easter Bunny strolled the downtown area, visiting stores, greeting people until he arrived at the gazebo, where he was available for pictures.

The chamber is sponsoring many upcoming events, Dottie Baniewicz, a board member, said, “We have several events happening in April, such as; a networking event, Pedal, Paddle, Explore Cranford, the Spring Street Fair and the car show will return in May.”

For more information, visit www.cranford.com/chamber

 

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