WESTFIELD, NJ — Mobile Meals of Westfield, which provides delivery of hot meals to homebound residents, is back in action following its prolonged closure due to COVID-19.

Ruth Maloney, president of the Board of Trustees of Mobile Meals, this week said the reopening of the volunteer service is going well.

“We’re back in business and very happy to be able to get back to our clients because a lot of them really missed us,” Maloney said.

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Mobile Meals serves residents in Westfield, Clark, Cranford, Fanwood, Garwood, Mountainside and Scotch Plains.

Organizers said the nonprofit volunteer service is offering contact-free delivery to coolers.

In addition, Mobile Meals welcomes three new board members, the organization announced.

Nancy Renzulli will serve as fundraising chair and the mother/daughter team of Brady Smith and Maggie San Miguel will serve as the Cranford route driver coordinators.

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