Daybreak News

Rock the Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Sep 07, 2018
Rock the Walk to End Alzheimer’s

LiveDAYBREAK is teaming up with the Alzheimer’s Association to Rock the Walk on Saturday, September 22nd. You are probably familiar with the well-known Walk To End Alzheimer’s with participants dressed in a slew of purple to support the cause. In true LiveDAYBREAK style, we are taking the event to the next level. Walkers will stroll down memory lane and listen to favorite songs from decades past with porch concerts located along the route. The bands offer participants a fun alternative to the classic walk with short sets of fun music. 


Public Art on the Move

Aug 20, 2018
Public Art on the Move

Have you noticed new art installations popping up around Daybreak? From frog boxes to Bike Monsters, the LiveDAYBREAK Community Art Advisory Committee (CAAC) has been working hard to add engaging pieces throughout the community. Each installation went through an extensive review process and the committee hopes that the new pieces help enhance the community’s support of public art. 


4 Steps to a Great Lawn

Jul 26, 2018
4 Steps to a Great Lawn

Fall is fast approaching which means it’s time to prep your yard for the changing seasons. At this point in the year, your lawn might need a little TLC and our Master Gardener, Jenny Koller, has a few steps to help manicure beautiful green grass. 


LiveDAYBREAK Welcomes New Recreation Manager, Aimee Myers!

Jun 20, 2018
LiveDAYBREAK Welcomes New Recreation Manager, Aimee Myers!

LiveDAYBREAK is excited to introduce our new recreation manager, Aimee Myers! Aimee earned her bachelor’s degree from BYU in exercise and wellness and recently returned from interning and working at Walt Disney World’s resort in Orlando. She looks forward to utilizing the skills she gained from her schooling, internships, and past work experience with the planning and execution of the events that LiveDAYBREAK hosts.

“I’m so excited to join great organizations like LiveDAYBREAK and CCMC. This is a great opportunity for me to take the next step professionally to learn, grow, and contribute,” Aimee said.

Welcome, Aimee!


 


LiveDAYBREAK Welcomes New Board Member- Gloria Morrow

Jun 12, 2018
LiveDAYBREAK Welcomes New Board Member- Gloria Morrow

LiveDAYBREAK is pleased to welcome Gloria Morrow as the newest LiveDAYBREAK Board Member. Gloria is a long-time Daybreak resident; in fact, her home was the first in the Garden Park Community. As a Garden Park resident, Gloria is looking forward to contributing information and insights on behalf of the Garden Park residents to the rest of the Board.  


Daybreak Yards of the Month - May 2018

May 21, 2018
Daybreak Yards of the Month - May 2018


Daybreak residents take tremendous pride in the landscapes that surround their homes, and the Daybreak Community Association loves recognizing residents for all their hard work.  


Bike Monster Naming Contest

May 18, 2018
Bike Monster Naming Contest

Starting on Saturday, May 19th, LiveDAYBREAK will be hosting an Instagram contest where Daybreak residents will have the opportunity to name the newly installed Bike Monster sculptures. Each one of the Bike Monsters will be featured and residents will be asked to submit ideas until all five of the monsters have been named. 


Volunteer Actives Council Spotlight - May

May 15, 2018
Volunteer Actives Council Spotlight - May

The LiveDAYBREAK Volunteer Activities Council is pleased to highlight the volunteer efforts of Scott Sherman. Scott moved to Daybreak about 2 years ago at the end of August 2016 and joined the Volunteer Activities Council the following summer. 

LiveDAYBREAK Unleashes Mischievous Bike Monsters on Daybreak!

May 03, 2018
LiveDAYBREAK Unleashes Mischievous Bike Monsters on Daybreak!

SOUTH JORDAN, UTAH (MAY 3, 2018) -
The LiveDAYBREAK Community Arts Advisory Committee (CAAC) is happy to announce the installment of five larger than life "bike monster" sculptures in the Daybreak Community. 

Homeowner Insight on a Developer Board

Apr 30, 2018
Homeowner Insight on a Developer Board


When considering a move to a new neighborhood, Joe Mitchell didn’t have a difficult choice. Upon visiting Daybreak in South Jordan, Utah, he found exactly what he wanted: a community with a great layout, strong development, and a well-organized community association.
 


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