Greet a graduate – send a ‘Grad Gram’

  • Wednesday, June 5, 2019 4:22pm
  • Life

A Mercer Island tradition – it’s time to send Graduate Grams.

Send a congratulatory message to a graduating senior, eighth grader, fifth grader, kindergartner or preschooler. Each Grad Gram is personalized, printed on parchment paper and mailed on to the student’s home.

Sale of Grad Grams supports the Mercer Island PTA Community Scholarship Program, which awards scholarships to 28 Mercer Island High School graduating seniors. The program is sponsored by the Mercer Island PTA Council.

Grad grams are $5. To order or make a donation, go online to www.miptacouncil.org, or pick up order forms at each school site.

Orders will be accepted through June 21.

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