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Support your local business owners May edition

By Scoop, on 26-05-2010 08:58

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   In my efforts to promote West Bench business growth I wanted to get the word out about some of the local businesses in our area in hopes that if anyone is in need or any of the services they offer you could support your neighbors and give them an opportunity to serve you. Here are some of the local businesses and their information (if you are a local business owner I will be happy to list your businesses on the website as well, just contact me at: scoop@daybreakdaily.com)

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Founders Village Window Well Cleaning

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   My son and a few of his friends have been cleaning window wells in Founders Village for a few years now since all the older kids have already cornered the lawn moving business in the neighborhood. So if you want some hard working 11 year olds to come clean your window wells for $1.50 per window wells email me and I will have the boys come clean your window wells.

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scoop@daybreakdaily.com

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Endless Smiles Dental

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   "Here at Endless Smiles Dental we like to think of ourselves as a good old-fashioned home cooked meal, mama used to make.  Sure you can go out to a real fancy restaurant and pay a lot of money for something you hope tastes good, but there is something about mama's cooking that makes you feel good and healthy.  That's us!  You won't get overpriced fees for something you hope you like.  We are dentistry for the working man.  We are practical.  We do things that work with low risk...things that have a long track record.  We don't do things only one way.  We look at all the options and decide what is best for your health and your budget.

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   So if you have been craving some of that good old-fashioned home cooking, come in and see us.  You may not get treated to some apple pie a la mode, but you'll get treated to some down-to-earth dental care.

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Check us out at EndlessSmilesDental.com"

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Daybreak Lawn Dudes

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   I started Daybreak Lawn Dudes to be able to work alongside my sons, just like I worked with my dad and brother mowing lawns when I was growing up. We strive to provide Quality Services at very reasonable prices.  Most Daybreak homes will be between $15 - $25 per mowing or fertilizing. And just think of it - if we're taking care of the lawn that leaves more time for you to enjoy the kids, the lake, the parks and walking trails! 

Whether you just need a break from mowing the lawn once in a while, or if you want a regular schedule, we'd love the opportunity to earn your business.

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Sincerely,
Roger, Zac and Jake
www.DaybreakLawnDudes.com
 

Last update: 26-05-2010 08:58

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Jordan to layoff Special Ed teachers

By www.oursouthvalley.com, on 25-05-2010 16:21

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In the story below we said that the Jordan School District could use building funds to supplement their special education budget.  It turns out that is not true.  Since the federal government helps fund some of that program there are a bunch of requirements that must be put in place when you take that money.  Taking building money is not possible.

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After all the talk from school board members in the Jordan School District about saving jobs, it appears that promise will not come true after all.

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(thanks goes out to the www.oursouthvalley.com team for the article)

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Last update: 25-05-2010 16:21

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The Daybreak Triathlon & Summer Celebration (with Beer Garden) ~ this Saturday 5/29/10

By Scoop, on 25-05-2010 13:11

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   Kick off your Summer and come visit Daybreak this weekend!!! The 2nd Annual Daybreak Triathlon starts at 8am and finishes up about 10am and the Daybreak Summer Celebration (aka Fizz Fest) starts off at 10am and runs to 2pm. At the Daybreak Summer Celebration, the shops and restaurants of SoDa Row (aka Daybreak Village Center) will bring their goods out onto the sidewalk. The air will be filled with kites and the sound of live music. There will be a BEER GARDEN, climbing wall, sidewalk chalk, fizzy drinks and other fun stuff for kids.

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Hope to see you there!

Last update: 25-05-2010 13:11

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Daybreak Daily May Tech Tip ~ How to Back up (make a copy) your DVD's

By Scoop, on 25-05-2010 10:44

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   With the bad economy and all I figured I would show everyone how to make a back up copy of their DVD’s, there is nothing worse than having to shell out $20 on a DVD you already bought that got scratched or cracked. Please note, you need to be logged in to be able to download the two freeware programs used to do this, dvd shrink & dvd decrypter (you won’t see them unless you login)

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First, you need to create a folder for your DVD work before hand. This is a place on your HD where DVD Decrypter can put its work after it decrypts your DVD (rids it of that encryption thingie) and where DVD Shrink can work on the movie files just prior to burning it to your blank DVD. Try to put it someplace where you won't forget it. I made a folder on my Desktop, - i.e. Desktop, ALL DVD WORK..

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Daybreak Community Yard Sale May 15th 7am to 1pm

By Scoop, on 12-05-2010 08:30

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   It’s time to clean out the garage and get rid of the extra junk you are hording in the basement, the Daybreak Community Yard Sale happening this weekend, May 15th 7am -1pm. This event has been getting bigger every year, so come on out to Daybreak and see if you can find those hidden treasures. If you are a Daybreak Homeowner and want to advertise your yard sale you can pay $20 (a total rip off since nobody uses the yard sale maps) to the HOA and they will mark your house with an X on a map they will hand out at the Daybreak Pavilion.

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   The Daybreak Community Council will also have its own sale, inside the DCC in rooms B/C (I know it’s a horrible location, they should do it outside) which they will be selling stuff from the old event storage area. If you don’t have a yard you can pay $40 (even bigger rip off, who wants to go to a yard sale indoors, ever hear of a drive by?) to set up a table and two chairs in the community center…

Last update: 12-05-2010 08:31

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