Community Events - Cranney Self Storage, Inc.
Cranney Self Storage is teaming up with the Danvers People to People Food Pantry to collect school supplies for children in need. Things needed are pencils, paper, notebooks, knapsacks, rulers, dictionaries, pencil cases, calculators.
Brian Cranney, owner of Cranney Self Storage, said, "Having my business in Danvers is a great reason to help the Danvers People to People Food Pantry with their collection."
The drops off hours for Cranney Self Storage are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
L-R Back Row: Nancy D'Anna, Lorrie Kmiec, Gail Wakefield President, Carol Fournier Secretary, Diane Bulmer(Not Shown MaryAnn Tapparo Vice President) Front Row L-R: Susan Sturgeon, Michaela Bartlett, Lucky Bartlett, Gayla Bartlett Manager of Cranney Self Storage, Diane Coddens, KrisTina Wheeler Treasurer
Members of the PALS Animal Life Savers, Inc. rescue group met for their annual members meeting at Cranney Self Storage, 24 water Street in Danvers. PALS is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of homeless, abused and abandoned cats.
Though PALS doesn't have a physical shelter, they adopt cats out of the pet store at 10 Trader's Way (off Highland Avenue) in Salem. Stop by during adoption hours every Saturday and Sunday from 11-4 and you just might meet your new best friend! To learn more about Cranney Self Storage or renting their conference room for your next meeting call 978-777-9193.
Employees from Cranney Companies, Cranney Home Services and Cranney Self Storage volunteer serving dinner at My Brother's Table in Lynn
Brian Cranney accepting his Distinguished Leadership Award
from the North Shore Chamber of Commerce.