Family and friends of a missing Antigo teen, Kayla Berg, are still hoping for her safe return.
It has been five years after her disappearance.
They huddled together under a park shelter on Monday to set off 500 pink helium balloons, each containing Kayla Berg's photo and information.
Attendees also lit candles and lifted up prayers.
Hope Sprenger, Berg's mother, says this years turnout was more than ever before.
"It's keeping people aware that she is still missing and out there and we want her back, " said Sprenger.
Sprenger says the balloons fill her with hope, as one balloon last year was was carried all the way to Massachusetts.