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New Providence Historical Society Thanks New Providence Florist

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The New Providence Historical Society and all its members would like to take this opportunity thank Charles Hovanec owner of New Providence Florist, located at 44  South Street in New Providence, 908-464-7440, www.newprovidenceflorist.com for generously decorating the Saltbox Museum every season for the last 5 years.

Commenting on the generosity of New Providence Florist to the Borough, John Bale, president of the New Providence Historical Society said “I think that he shows that he cares about the community and appreciates that the society is collecting and preserving the history of New Providence. He runs his business from an historic building that previously was the home of the Parcells Family dating back to the 1890’s and he appreciates the history of the town.”

PHOTO CAPTION:  Front Door of the New Providence Saltbox Museum, one of the many wreaths from New Providence Florist. New Providence Historical Society Saltbox Museum located at 1350 Springfield Avenue, and Mason Room at New Providence Memorial Library, 377 Elkwood Avenue, New Providence. Both are open to the public, free of charge. Museum hours by appointment, Mason room hours Tuesdays 10 am to noon, Thursdays by appointment. Historical Records: John Bale 908-665-1065, Group Tours and new membership please call 908-665-1034. “The Documentation of today’s events gives us tomorrow’s History”
 

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