Support your local business owners November edition Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 03 November 2010 13:56

Zander Garden Clean out! 


Did you know community garden plots are inspected on Nov. 16th?

We guarantee our work -- you won't be fined. 

Let me cleanup your garden!

Remove garden debris, stack tomato cages, and rake your dirt.

$25 for most garden plots ($18-25 depending on size)

Save yourself time & effort -- call or email today:

Zach Zander 801-446-2662 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

Thank you! Proceeds help fund my BHS Wind Symphony tour  






Daybreak Residents,
Are you expecting a new baby, or do you know someone who is?

If so, you or they may be concerned about the cost of good childbirth classes to help in having both a successful pregnancy, as well as a safe, healthy, fulfilling childbirth experience.

Well, local Daybreak Resident Amy Cox Jones has been offering in-person childbirth classes since 1997, and has hundreds of past students who attest to the wonderful information and results they got out of Amy's classes.

More Info Here >>> http://www.birthologie.com/online-childbirth-classes/daybreak/

Amy has recently decided to make her course available in an online format, and for Daybreak Residents and their friends and family, she is offering it at just $77, which is nearly a 75% discount from the price of her in-person course.

She has a 60 day satisfaction guarantee too, so if you decide you didn't get enough out of the course, you can get a full refund.

If this sounds interesting to you, you can look at the details of Amy's course and access it here:

More Info Here >>> http://www.birthologie.com/online-childbirth-classes/daybreak/

If you know of anyone else who can use this information, don't hesitate to pass this email along to them!   

Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 November 2010 14:03
Get out and VOTE on November 2nd Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 27 October 2010 09:40

Get out and VOTE this November 2nd, no matter who you are voting for or what party you prefer, it is your duty as an American to VOTE. Last year in South Jordan as a whole the voter turnout was in the mid-teens of register voters; let’s see if we can do better this year.


If you are interested in Early Voting, please visit the Salt Lake County Clerk’s office website for that information: http://www.clerk.slco.org/elections/voteEarly.html 


If you plan on voting on Nov 2nd please visit the Salt Lake County Clerk’s office website to find out your polling location (where you need to vote): https://secure.slco.org/clerk/elections/index.cfm

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 October 2010 09:43
Meet the Candidates, Oct 21st @ Eastlake Elementary Print E-mail
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Thursday, 14 October 2010 08:23

Politics & Pastries Held At Eastlake Elementary

4389 Isla Daybreak Rd South Jordan Thursday

Oct. 21 6:30pm-8:30pm.


The upcoming election is very important to the future of our schools and our community. Please come and get to know your candidates in a casual format. Come grab a cookie and have a conversation with your future elected representative. Be informed, get involved, and make a difference.


Last Updated on Thursday, 14 October 2010 08:25
The Halloween debate…Trick or Treat…the 30th or the 31st Print E-mail
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Friday, 22 October 2010 08:50

I am totally confused on this one and am hearing different things. I know a lot of my friend’s children will be going Trick or Treating on Oct 30th since October 31st falls on a Sunday and many LDS members do not want to Trick or Treat on Sunday. However I have heard from many other friends who are not LDS and they are having their children Trick or Treat on Sunday the 31st, and even some of my friends who are LDS members who say that since it is just simply a holiday that they will have their children Trick or Treat on the 31st.


So please anyone enlighten me and tell me what’s up? Comment on this article so I can see you feedback or reply to the thread in the forums…


From the feedback I have gotten on both sides already of this I would highly suggest from all Daybreak residents to be ready for children who are Trick or Treating on BOTH Saturday and Sunday…

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 October 2010 17:09
Support your local business owners October edition Print E-mail
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Thursday, 14 October 2010 08:13

LuckyFish Groundskeeping  


Fall services being scheduled from Oct 12th to Oct 26th~



Sprinkler shut down,Aeration,Weed control,Pruning, and other yard Clean-up needs...


For more info see attached E-blast or call Luckyfish @ (801) 419-7650




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Love Always Flowers  .  




   Looking for the perfect gift? Then check out the glitter flower necklaces and accessories from Love Always Flowers. They are $6.00 each. Flowers are interchangeable and can be clipped onto anything. Hair, flip-flops, hats, beanies, broach, pets, purses, sandals.... and much much more. Visit my blog at www.lovealwaysflowers.blogspot.com  or find me on Facebook Love Always Flowers . 


For questions email us at:   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .    








During these times of economic hardship, it's nice to see a local company helping out with some hope of winning. 1800 Contacts located in Draper, UT is giving away free contact lenses for life! They will be selecting a winner daily. And when you sign up, they will give you a referral link to send to your friends. And if your friends win, you
will win too! So, you can easily increase your chances of winning just by referring your friends to the contest. Enter the sweepstakes with the link below.


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