Easton woman creates balloon structures to spread joy amid pandemic

An Easton woman is breathing life into amazing daily creations to spread joy amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Patty Jurgielewicz, a vice president of finance for an asset management firm, is making balloon art to place along Route 59.
She says that for over a week, she's created a new structure daily.
Jurgielewicz has created balloon structures that say 'bee safe,' 'have a sweet day,' 'smile,' 'stop the spread,' 'dark times do not last forever' and 'hang in there.'
She says her creations take about 45 minutes to make, and that she even did one to congratulate Easton's new police chief.
Jurgielewicz says she will continue to create the structures as long as she can get supplies.
She says she even went to the balloon training institute in Tennessee.
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