Pro-Access Offers Balloon-a-Grams For Grads

Pro-Access Offers Balloon-a-Grams For Grads


Sent in by Pro Access Teen Center–

(Bethel, Connecticut) – June 7, 2012 – We want the town to celebrate will all Bethel High School graduates next week!  Surprise them with a bouquet of balloons delivered to their homes the night before graduation!

“The day of my daughter’s graduation from high school we woke up and found a bouquet of balloons on our front door.  It was so nice to know someone was thinking of her on her special day and took the time to do such a nice thing.” Says Hilda DeLucia, Director, Pro Access.  “That’s where I got the idea to do this for this year’s graduating seniors.”

For $15 Pro Access, Bethel’s Teen Center will deliver 1 mylar graduation balloon and 2 latex balloons along with your personalized note to the graduate’s home.   Phoebe Ziegler, Brooke Ferraro and Chandler Gray have been taking orders at school this week and say the kids love the idea.  “It’s so nice to think that you’ll be driving around next week and seeing all these graduation balloons all around Bethel,”  said Phoebe, a Junior at Bethel High.  Brooke Ferraro, the Student Advisory Rep to the Bethel Youth Commission, helped come up with the idea and says she can’t wait till she graduates next year and have this happen for her and her friends.

To place your order email Hilda DeLucia at for a form or go online to and download the form from the calendar page.  The form can be found underneath the calendar.  Proceeds from this fundraiser will go to Pro Access’ programs and services.  Pro Access, Bethel’s Teen Center is located at 1 School Street.  It provides programs, activities and trips for Bethel students in grades 7 to 12.



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Posted on June 7, 2012, in Home. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. This is a great idea! I wish someone did this when my daughter graduated!

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