Daybreak News

Volunteer Activities Council Spotlight - March

Mar 20, 2019
Volunteer Activities Council Spotlight - March

  


Daybreak R.A.D. Award - Steve Sahlin

Feb 20, 2019
Daybreak R.A.D. Award - Steve Sahlin

Steve Sahlin is the Resident Appreciation in Daybreak (R.A.D.) Award recipient for February. He is known as the man who anyone in the neighborhood can call and count on for help with a project. Steve has helped countless people with their car troubles and you can always bet on him being the first person to help a neighbor in a bind (or in over their heads with a project). Neighbors say he is helpful and dependable!

 

The Sahlins moved to Daybreak in November of 2009. The family chose Daybreak because of the diversity of people and architecture of the homes. The architecture reminded Steve of the community where he came from originally in Vermont. They also had several friends in the community.

 

Steve likes the open spaces that allow him to go on walks in Daybreak and the Summer Concerts are a lot of fun for the family. The Sahlins have great neighbors who are community minded, friendly, helpful and growth-minded.

 

Steve’s hobbies include skiing, cooking, woodworking, reading and serving others. He also volunteers as Chairman of the Board for "Handful of Hope," an organization that has a program to help at-risk youth weather challenges.

 

 

About the LiveDAYBREAK R.A.D. Award

 

Giving back is one of LiveDAYBREAK's pillars, and we are looking for a Daybreak resident who personifies this value. We need your help to identify these types of residents, so we might reward them with the LiveDAYBREAK Resident Appreciation in Daybreak Award. The LiveDAYBREAK R.A.D. Award is our way of spotlighting Daybreak residents who make our community better. We will choose one nominee every other month for the award and highlight their good deed on our website.

 

Nominate a fellow Daybreak resident for the R.A.D. Award

 


Are You LiveDAYBREAK Board Material?

Feb 20, 2019
Are You LiveDAYBREAK Board Material?

The LiveDAYBREAK board has a vacancy! If you believe that Daybreak residents benefit from a unique sense of community and you're willing to help make this the most desirable community in Utah. Then you might be LiveDAYBREAK Board material. 


Volunteer Activities Council Spotlight - January

Jan 24, 2019
Volunteer Activities Council Spotlight - January

Tawna Pippin and her family moved to Daybreak in June of 2012 in search of lasting friendships and neighborhood schools for their kids. From their home, they can walk to the gym, up the hill to Soda Row to enjoy summer concerts or stroll around the lake. There is always something to do nearby and that is why they love where they live. Giving back to the community was important and volunteering has always been a family affair. 


WANT TO PAY DUES MONTHLY?

Jan 14, 2019
WANT TO PAY DUES MONTHLY?

Your assessment payment schedule is set up to be paid on a quarterly basis. The quarterly assessments are due the first day of the quarter. For example: 


New Year, New You Speakers

Dec 26, 2018
New Year, New You Speakers

LiveDAYBREAK is bringing some amazing speakers to the Glass House for the upcoming New Year, New You program. Here are their bios for more information on their backgrounds.  


December Yards of the Month

Dec 18, 2018
December Yards of the Month

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. 


Daybreak R.A.D. Award - Craig Hall

Dec 07, 2018
Daybreak R.A.D. Award - Craig Hall

Craig Hall is the Resident Appreciation in Daybreak (R.A.D.) Award recipient for December. He and his wife are two of the original Daybreak residents who moved in 12 years ago into Founders Village. They have truly embraced the community atmosphere in Daybreak and give back to their neighborhood. From hosing Labor Day BBQs and stringing holiday lights, Craig doesn’t hesitate to get involved. 


Snow Removal in Daybreak

Dec 03, 2018
Snow Removal in Daybreak

Below are some quick facts about snow removal in Daybreak. If you have any questions, please call the Daybreak Community Association at 801-254-8062 and they can help navigate your request. 
  


Radio Daybreak - Swirly Girls is on TV!

Nov 20, 2018
Radio Daybreak - Swirly Girls is on TV!

DAYBREAK's own Swirly Girls is famous! The decadent bakery has been discovered on several TV shows and is currently staring in Holiday Cookie Builds on the Cooking Channel. Listen to this week's podcast to hear from the master baker, Debi Jensen about her experience with filming and creating delicious treats.  


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