R.A.D. Award June 2019
Meg Seamons is the Resident Appreciation in Daybreak (R.A.D.) Award recipient for June. She and her family moved to Daybreak seven years ago and especially love beautiful Oquirrh Lake. She is originally from Idaho Falls and moved to Utah to attend Utah State University. They have lived in Logan, Kaysville, North Salt Lake and now Daybreak. The family loves it here.
When she originally moved to Daybreak, Meg missed friends from her previous home in Kaysville so she worked on connecting with fellow residents. She has hosted a free greeting card making craft nearly every week at her home.
“I started the group to make friends and reach out to others who may have been feeling alone as well or those just needing an out.”
Education is a big part of her life. Meg has worked on various PTA boards of Eastlake Elementary, Copper Mountain Middle School and Herriman High School in the past seven years. She is a teacher and math tutor as well as a volunteer in the elementary classrooms for her kids.
In her free time, Meg loves to garden. Roses and flowers are among her favorites. She also enjoys helping neighbors with their flowerbeds and gardens when they need it.
Thanks Meg for making Daybreak a better place!
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 can 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 deeds on our website.