Dougher founded Ballooned Away in 2014 to “bring people joy and bring smiles.” This time of year is typically a busy season with weddings and graduations, but Dougher has had to get creative during the pandemic by making yard art — displays to honor a special occasion.
She hopes to bring back balloon displays for graduates by finding local businesses that will allow her to put them up at their locations. “I’m happy to reach out to anyone that would like to work with me to have them up through the end of the month of June if I can find locations that will allow that,” Dougher said.
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Doctors, testing agencies and public health officials have been tallying the case numbers using a variety of metrics, including mapping where people with the virus live, to determine the best response to the outbreak.