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Daybreak Daily on Facebook! Print E-mail
Written by Scoop   
Friday, 25 June 2010 13:42
    The Daybreak Daily is turning 3 ½ years old this month. It's been a long road and there were some bumps along the way to get where we are today. However The Daybreak Daily has slowly evolved and now is the main website for the Daybreak Community. Over the past six months The Daybreak Daily is getting about 200-250 unique site visits per day (50-75 unique content hits per day) and The Daybreak Daily is now the only website that comes up on the first page via a Google search (Daybreak Utah) that is not paying anything in marketing. I get emails everyday from all sorts of people, Daybreak residents, and South Jordan residents not living in Daybreak, Realtors, local Media, and people looking to buy in Daybreak. And almost all of the emails I get are from people thanking The Daybreak Daily team for work they put into maintaining The Daybreak Daily because it is the only resource that gives you all the facts and has open forums for users to communicate with one another to get real answers to their questions..


As many of you know we are now using Facebook more and more as a vehicle to distribute news and updates on all things Daybreak and the surrounding areas. Please follow The Daybreak Daily on Facebook by clicking the link below.


Last Updated on Friday, 25 June 2010 13:52
Donations Needed Immediately! -- UPDATE Print E-mail
Written by Scoop   
Friday, 25 June 2010 13:06

 Here is an update for the needs of Mom & Dad:

Shoes- 10/10.5

Shirt- large
Pants- 14/16
Shoes- 9


SO if you have anything you can donate for Mom & Dad please email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Yesterday the Cassady Family's home on Open Crest Drive was destroyed by fire and they are in need of clothes for their 4 children and hygiene items immediately.

Jenalyn- 14 yr old- size 5/7 pants or shorts and adult medium shirts
Dylan- 12 yr old- size 10/12 (10 fits better)
Matthew- 10 yr old- size 8/10 (8 fits better)
Coby- 4 yr old- size 5T

Also Daybreak 8th Ward is accepting cash contributions for this family's other short term needs. Please fill put a donation slip and submit it to Bishop Warner at 4113 Beauclair Dr as soon as possible.

Please bring all non-cash donations to:
The Harvey's House
4164 Open Crest Dr

Thank You! and PLEASE pass this along to anyone or any groups you know who might be able to help this family out...

For any further information, please email Jamie at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 801-910-3079

Last Updated on Friday, 25 June 2010 13:15
International Days coming to South Jordan in August Print E-mail
Written by Scoop   
Friday, 25 June 2010 13:05
Here is a note from our friends who are helping on the International Days in South Jordan….

INTERNATIONAL DAYS in South Jordan is one of only 8 International Folklore Festivals in the entire USA where the featured groups come from overseas. We've been working very hard to provide a week full of wonderful activities for the entire family....ALL FOR FREE! In addition to the CONCERT OF CULTURE, FOLKLORE FUN AT THE DISTRICT AND CULTURAL NEIGHBORHOOD COUNTRY SPOTLIGHT SHOWS, we are announcing the following NEW EVENTS:


FOLKLORE FUN at Daybreak's SoDa Row- Friday Aug. 13 5:30 pm This event will feature a Japanese Kite Festival where children can make kites, see kite master's
displays and play games. A large stage will feature performances by local groups and each International Guest group. Free snow cones will also be available to all.
(Dancing WITH the International groups will be held during FOLKLORE FUN at The DISTRICT)



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Last Updated on Friday, 25 June 2010 13:08
Daybreak Culinary Academy coming to Daybreak next week! Print E-mail
Written by Scoop   
Friday, 25 June 2010 12:59

Daybreak Culinary Academy


Tuesday, June 29 - Friday, July 2, 2010
Tuesday & Thursday at 2:00 pm
Wednesday & Friday at 7:00 pm
Brookside Model Home Gallery

Learn hands-on cooking techniques from experienced resident chefs and bakers at these classes taught in brand new model home kitchens. Cost is $10 per person per class, but it's free to both you and a guest if you bring a friend or family member from outside of Daybreak. Classes include Death by Chocolate, A Taste of Peru, Meat Smoking, Cake Decorating, and more. Contact Ruth Vest for more information or register below. The class schedule is as follows:.


Last Updated on Saturday, 26 June 2010 19:33
Tragic Eastlake Village house fire... Print E-mail
Written by Scoop   
Monday, 21 June 2010 14:03

   As most of us already know, there was a tragic house fire in Eastlake Village today, attached is a map of where the fire was (house on the top left of the map/pic). My friends at www.oursouthvalley.com are doing a story on this soon, there is video and pics.


Keep the family who this happened to in your prayers, it’s very sad.

Last Updated on Monday, 21 June 2010 14:09
Brookside Park coming in 2011 Print E-mail
Written by Scoop   
Saturday, 19 June 2010 09:43

A 15 acre park called Brookside Park is being built in Daybreak just west of Oquirrh Lake and will be open in the spring of 2011. The park will have a Frisbee golf course, a large grass field, and a lake recirculation stream…Sounds Fun!!!


Perhaps there will be a large hill slide as well since Kennecott Land (Ty McCutcheon - Daybreak BOD President) promised they would put one in last year…


Last Updated on Saturday, 19 June 2010 10:21

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