Daybreak News

Volunteer Activities Council Spotlight - May

Friday, May 10, 2019

by Live Day Break

Volunteer Activities Council Spotlight - May

LiveDAYBREAK is excited to spotlight Melanie Ogomo for this month's Volunteer Activities Council Award. The Ogomo family moved to Utah December 2016 after living in Idaho for five years. Their friends recommended a neighborhood called Daybreak and they immediately fell in love with the family- friendly community.At the time, the Ogomos had two boys and were expecting a third boy. Now the family has four children: Xavier, Tayshaun, Jarvis and Savannah.


Once they moved to Daybreak, the family attended a New Resident Social and learned all about LiveDAYBREAK’s community events. Now you can find them at almost any LiveDAYBREAK event.


I tell my boys that if you want to see more events, then you need to attend events. If you want to change your community, then volunteer,” Melanie said. “Volunteering has always came naturally to be as I have previously helped with nonprofits and have a Degree in Family Studies.”


Most recently, Melanie helped to organize the first ever Prom 2.0 in Daybreak which turned out to be a big hit. She and her kids also volunteered at the Hippity Hop Photo op. They are always willing to serve in any way they can. The community is lucky to have them!



About LiveDAYBREAK’s Volunteer Activities Council Spotlight:

LiveDAYBREAK created this program in an effort to recognize exceptional residents who are members of the Volunteer Activities Council. Every month a lucky member will be spotlighted in the LiveDAYBREAK newsletter and on If you would like to become a member of the Volunteer Activities Council, visit the page and submit the form with your contact information.