Gratitude Graffiti Project Comes to Short Hills

Stop by Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, located at 555 Millburn Ave. in Short Hills, between 2 and 5 p.m. Thursday to express your gratitude.

Credit: Gratitude Graffiti Project
Credit: Gratitude Graffiti Project
Have something you're grateful for that you'd like to share with your neighbors? Here's your chance! 

The Gratitude Graffiti Project, a 40-day practice of purposeful appreciation of one’s life through interactive art, created by Maplewood residents Lucila McElroy and Candice Davenport, is coming to Short Hills. 

Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, located at 555 Millburn Ave. in Short Hills, is excited to announce its participation in the project whose concept is to make a mental note of what you’re grateful for and write it down on a “Gratitude Graffiti” wall, whether it be a list, card, sidewalk or storefront window.  

Stop by between 2 and 5 p.m. Thursday for some wine and cheese and to take the opportunity to express your gratitude in a visible way.

"We hope to have our windows covered with meaningful sentiments offered by our friends, neighbors and clients," PPSIR wrote on its Facebook page. "Encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same and let’s all bring some positive, creative energy to this town!" 

Both Caroline Gosselin and Cheryl Darmanin, who spearheaded the effort to involve PPSIR with The Gratitude Graffiti Project, are delighted that such an innovative involvement of the public is happening before Thanksgiving.  

“What better time to note all that we’re grateful for,” said Gosselin.

For more information, visit Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty's Facebook page.


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