LiveDAYBREAK clubs provide opportunities for residents to share hobbies and interests. Sanctioned Daybreak clubs benefit from utilizing meeting space at the Community Center once per month at no charge as well as being advertised on the LiveDAYBREAK website (with contact information).
How To Make A Club
In order to become a club, residents must submit a simple request form to the Board of Directors for official approval and meet the following club criteria:
- Club requests must consist of 5 residents who are interested in creating a club.
- Clubs must advance at least two of the LiveDAYBREAK pillars (Connectivity, Lifelong Learning, Embracing Arts and Diversity, Healthy Living, and Giving Back).
- Clubs may not be associated with any business or for-profit entity.
- Clubs may not be limited to special interests or age.
- Clubs may not prohibit membership or participation based on village or residence location within Daybreak.
Did you know official Daybreak clubs can apply for monthly funds? To apply, complete, and submit the necessary documents outlined below by the second Thursday of the month in order to be reviewed and considered for approval at that month’s board meeting. The 6 month period for approved club funds will start the month following the month that the funding application was submitted (before the third Thursday and fully completed). This will still apply if under different circumstances a board meeting is canceled or postponed.
All clubs must meet the following criteria in order to be considered for funding:
- Must be an official Daybreak club.
- A minimum of ¾ of club members must be Daybreak Residents.
- Have a regular attendance of club attendees on a monthly basis.
- Submit all necessary documents as outlined below by the third Thursday of a month to be reviewed at that month’s board meeting.
Applying for funds – clubs that have NOT received funds before:
- Fill out the club funding application with all questions completed and email it to Kellie Jensen at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Applying for subsequent funds – clubs that have received funds before:
- To apply for subsequent funding, a club must email a detailed fund usage report from your previous club funding period (including date of purchase, what was purchased, amount, purpose, etc.)AND a newly filled out club funding application with all questions completed to email@example.com . Failure to provide both of these documents will result in the denial of additional funding.
- Subsequent funds may be applied every 6 months using the above process.
LiveDAYBREAK Community Clubs
Club Nourish at Daybreak
Est. Feb. 2022
Do you need group support and accountability in setting and keeping your goals with exercise, nutrition, and/or lifestyle? Would you like to learn more about a variety of healthy living topics? “Club Nourish at Daybreak” will meet once a month to give you support in these efforts! At each meeting, we will review the previous month’s goals, make goals for the next month, and have a class workshop given by experts in different wellness areas. Topics will include but are not limited to: exercise, yoga, meditation, aromatherapy, stress management, and nutrition.
→ For details, contact Ada Chantelle Brooks at 623-332-0400, firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit their Facebook Page
Est. Jan. 2022
DaybreakABLE! This inclusive club is for all residents with special needs, their families, and friends. The goal is to HAVE FUN & MAKE FRIENDS while creating a culture of acceptance and success!
→ For details, contact Laura Lutz at 513-708-8535, email@example.com. You can also visit their Facebook Page.
Cub Scout Pack 7 of Daybreak Club
Est. Oct. 2020
Meets weekly on Thursdays, 5:30-6:30, at the Daybreak Community Center
Cub Scout Pack 7 is the place to be for BOYS and GIRLS from kindergarten through 5th grade who love all kinds of fun activities, such as pinewood cars, day camps, crafts, skits, field trips, and stuff!
→ For details, contact Tara Thomas at (916) 932-6543 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Est. Nov. 2021
DAYBAKE is a community baking club in the Salt Lake Valley neighborhood, Daybreak. They strive to build community through baking. They’re currently interacting online and on their Facebook page but hope to meet soon in person.
→ For details, contact Hayley Heaton at 801-633-9419 or email@example.com. You can also visit their Facebook Page and their website https://www.daybakebakingclub.com
Daybreak Beer Club
Est. April 2017
Meets once per month
A Daybreak club that brings together those who have an appreciation for beer.
→ For details, contact Lisa Radke at 801-244-4441 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their Facebook Page.
Est. Oct. 2018
Meets every 1st Tuesday at 8:30 pm in the DCC.
→For details, visit their Facebook page.
Daybreak D&D Club
Daybreak Community Center once a month.
The club will gather monthly to learn and enjoy the classic Dungeons and Dragons game of imagination and creativity.
→For details, contact Steven Weeks at 435-757-7677 or email him at email@example.com
Daybreak for Diversity & Inclusion Club
Upcoming Juneteeth Event: https://fb.me/e/4XURCyJsZ
Est. Oct. 2020
For Meeting Times Refer to Daybreak for Diversity & Inclusion Facebook page for more info (due to COVID-19, meetings/discussions will be virtual until safe to resume).
Encourages and facilitates further diversity and inclusion in Daybreak through a variety of ways, including events, fundraisers, educational initiatives, etc. - and by promoting an open, respectful, and POSITIVE dialogue around the topics of diversity and inclusivity. A group where differences are celebrated. Open to ALL residents, families, adults, kiddos, and allies who believe that differences in our community should be celebrated, voices matter, and equality is for everyone.
→ For details, contact Vanessa Janak at 801-644-8478 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Daybreak Empty Nesters
Est. Jan. 2020
Monthly meeting at Garden Park Clubhouse.
Will meet for fellowship, activities, entertainment, service, and social life.
→For details, contact Sharon Cassidy at 435-730-6761 or email her at email@example.com
Daybreak Global Families Club
Est. Oct. 2016
The purpose of this group is to create global awareness and connect Daybreak residents who were born, or live, work or travel abroad.
We only have two requirements: 1) Your family must have at least one individual who speaks another language besides English and 2) Have lots of FUN!
→For details visit their Facebook page or contact Sil at firstname.lastname@example.org
Daybreak Heart-Attacks club
Est April 2022
We will Heart-attack homes of people in the community, heart attacks are about supporting people when the need it most. Loss, bullying or just recognition of an outstanding citizen. This is completely inclusive of ALL.
→For details visit their Facebook page or contact Melissa Ross at 773-575-8045 or Melissa_ross@me.com
Daybreak Lip Rippers Club
Est. May 2015
Daybreak Lip Rippers Club is a fly fishing club to connect Daybreak residents who love fly fishing or want to learn more about it.
→ For details, contact Roger Kirkman at 801-560-4671 or email@example.com, or visit their Facebook page.
Daybreak Motor Club
Est. May 2021
The Daybreak Motor Club (DMC) is a club for car enthusiasts. This club isn't limited to just classic cars, tuners, scrapers, supercars, and so on. No golf carts or side-by-sides, just cars.
→ For details, contact Kroger Menzer at 801-918-8004 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Daybreak Mountain Bike Club
Est. March 2022
Daybreak Mountain Bike Club is for anyone who enjoys being outside on a bike and getting dirty. The club is open to everyone of all ages, skill levels, and riding styles. Whether you prefer the pump track, XC, single track, downhill, or are just looking to spend more time on two wheels, come join us!
→ For details, contact Bowen Humphreys at 801-201-1815 or email@example.com
Daybreak Plant-Based Club
Est. Feb. 2020
Club will meet monthly - meet up time is TBD.
Whether you're a pro and eating 100% Whole Foods Plant-Based or whether you're just wanting to add a few meals a week of more healthy, compassionate, and conscientious food to your diet, this is the place for you! Let's share education, inspiration, recipes, and support in making healthier choices. We hope to have a monthly potluck with alternating activities such a film screening and discussions, cooking demos, speakers, and more.
→ For details, contact Raquel Lubbers at 801-505-8681 or firstname.lastname@example.org
→ Feel free to join their Facebook Page.
Daybreak Scouts BSA Troop 7 for Boys Club
Est. Oct. 2020
Meets weekly on Thursdays, 7:00-8:30 at 11037 S Hampton Way.
The purpose of the club is for boys 11-17 who love all kinds of outdoor activities, such as camping and hiking, who want to learn first aid, camp cooking, knot tying, and leadership skills. Do you want to earn merit badges, rank advancements, and activity patches? Do you want the chance to serve your community and become a better citizen?
→ For details, contact Tara Thomas at (916) 932-6543 or email her at email@example.com
Daybreak Scouts BSA Troop 7 for Girls Club
Est. Oct. 2020
The purpose of the club is for GIRLS 11-17 who love all kinds of outdoor activities, such as camping and hiking, who want to learn first aid, camp cooking, knot tying, and leadership skills. Do you want to earn merit badges, rank advancements, and activity patches? Have you always wanted to be an Eagle Scout like your brother or dad or granddad? Now is your chance! Do you want the opportunity to serve your community and become a better citizen?
The club is currently seeking interested girls, plus at least three adult leaders to serve as Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmasters, at least one of whom needs to be female.
Daybreak Sewing & Quilting Club
Est. March 2018
Meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the DCC 6-8 pm.
A sewing and quilting club designed to help one another learn new sewing and quilting skills. All skill levels are welcome to attend.
→ For details, contact Lorene Thompson at 801-556-1404, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Daybreak Sewing and Quilting Facebook page
Daybreak Singers Company
Est. Sept. 2019
Singers Company is a non-competitive performing group for elementary-age girls. The goal is to provide a fun environment to inspire young girls with confidence through music and dance.
→For details contact Janelle Kendrick at 801-815-0200, JanelleKendrick@singerscompany.com, or visit Daybreak.SingersCompany.com
Daybreak Small Business Study Hall Club
Est. April 2022
Daybreak is full of talented small business owners! While we are killing it with our products and services many of us struggle to find the time to get our administrative and book keeping tasks. This club puts a time on the colander each month to get together and address the shoebox of respites we need to enter.
→For details contact, Maggie Bowler at (801)441-8319 or Mbowler6717@gmail.com.
SUP Daybreak - Stand Up Paddle Board Club
Est. July 2012
The SUP Daybreak Club is a family friendly social stand-up paddleboard club for residents of Daybreak. We meet up for sunrise, sunset, food truck, yoga, and random paddles throughout the week with monthly day trips to mountain lakes. We use Facebook to communicate about our paddles/events and anyone is free to suggest a paddle with a few people or a group. Always constant communications with details can be found on our Facebook Group page so please come, enjoy, and introduce yourself – see you on the water. Activities can be found in the discussion feed and events are listed under the ‘Event’ Tab on the SUP Daybreak Club Facebook Page.
For details, contact Lee Weech at email@example.com .
Est. November 2022
Come test your battle skills at the Daybreak Super Smash Bros Club! Bring your own controller and get ready to make new friends, learn new strategies, and compete in friendly tournaments!
For details, contact Mandi Barrus at (801) 680-5053 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daybreak Tabletop Gamers
Meet together to play various types of tabletop games including board games, card games, etc.
This club brings Daybreak residents together to play a variety of board games and card games every month. Come to play your favorite games as well as learn, share, compete, bond, and above all, have fun with fellow gaming enthusiasts from our community!
→Additional information is available on the Facebook page
Daybreak Tennis Club Weekly
Est. August 2021
Meets Saturday Mornings at 8:30 am.
Have fun with other Daybreak tennis players. No serious play. Any level any age is welcome. We meet at Church Park Sunday mornings at 8:30 am. We also have a few extra rackets.
→ Please RSVP to Jacqui Coleman by emailing email@example.com or texting her at 941-661-5071 if you can play.
Daybreak Wine Club
Meets the 3rd Saturday of each month.
→ For details, contact Erin Mead or Lisa Radke through their Facebook Page.
Daybreak Yacht Club
Est. Oct. 2019
The Daybreak Yacht Club is intended for residents who are interested in model sailboats and getting to know their neighbors who share the same interest.
→ For details, contact Joe Larkin at 801-865-7946 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Garden Park Dames of Daybreak 55+
Est. Feb. 2021
This club is intended for people 55+ in the community. The club will meet at the Garden Park Club House once a month.
The meeting dates are dependent on the Garden Club House openings.
→ For details, contact Cheryl Linn at email@example.com
South Jordan Run Club - Daybreak Chapter
Est. Jan 2021
Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings.
Whether you're walking and want to get running or you run ultramarathons, this club is a great way to meet others who are committed to staying healthy through running.
→For details visit their Facebook Group.