KAYSVILLE PARKS & RECREATION
721 West Old Mill Lane
Kaysville, UT 84037
85 North 100 East
Monday - Friday
7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Cold Cones, Cool Cars
Saturday, August 27th
11 am - 3 pm (Gates open at 9 am)
Heritage Park 250 N. Fairfield Rd. Kaysville
Come check out the beautiful vintage vehicles at Kaysville's 13th annual fall cruise-in. Enjoy music and ice cream from 11 am until 1 pm. Featured Club: TBD. Amazing race activity begins at noon and ends at 2 pm.
Awards will be selected by the following departments:
Kaysville City Mayor (Best of Show)
Kaysville Parks & Recreation
Kaysville Public Works
Kaysville Power Department
Kaysville Fire Department
Kaysville Police Department
No entry Fee! All registered participants will be eligible for drawings from merchant donations. First 150 registered will receive dash plaques. Raffle for prizes! Awards will be presented at 2:45 pm.
Contact: Chairperson Ed Smith
Mail the completed ENTRY FORM to Ed Smith at 536 at 536 E. 200 South, Kaysville, UT 84037 or e-mail it at email@example.com. Or contact him directly at 801-726-4429/801-726-4428. Forms also available at the Rec Office.
Thanks to our Sponsors:
Utah Salt Flats Racing Association
Flowers by Design
Horizon Credit Union
Sanders Office Systems
Davis High School Community Card
Fabric Magic Upholstery
Mountain American Credit Union
Volunteers of the Month: August - Kim Smith and Wendy Bennett
Kim was born in Salt Lake City Utah and raised in Dallas Texas. She went to college at the University of North Texas, BYU and the University of Utah. Kim graduated in 1988 Cum Laude with a BS in Political Science from the University of Utah and then went to law school at BYU. Graduated in 1991 Cum Laude with a Juris Doctorate from BYU Law School. Kim practiced Corporate law with Allen, Nelson, Hardy and Evans in Salt Lake. She also practiced Corporate council with Megahertz, US Robotics and 3Com as well as an Enforcement Attorney with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Kim semi retired in 2004. She currently is a small business owner of three Chevron gas stations and 2 Subway sandwich shops in Layton.
Kim founded the Kaysville Youth Court in the fall of 2000. She has lived in Kaysville/Fruit Heights for the last 24 years with her husband, Mark and three children, Kasey, Katie and Kaden.
Kim coached youth soccer with Kaysville Parks and Recreation as well as Wasatch Soccer Club from 1997 - 2010.
She enjoys traveling, canyoneering, jeeping, golfing, tennis, snow skiing, water skiing and soccer.
Kim also enjoys watching any sport - but especially college football and basketball, the Utah Jazz and Real Salt Lake.
Wendy was born and raised in Cedar City, Utah, but wonderful Kaysville has been her home for the past 29 years. She and her husband, Jeff have three children...Colton, Cade and Taelor. We are also the proud grandparents of five!
She graduated from Cedar High School and attended two years at Southern Utah University. She then worked as an Executive Secretary and for several attorneys in the Legal Department at Questar.
Wendy currently has the best job in the world! She is now working as a secretary at Windridge Elementary here in Kaysville.
Her hobbies and interests include having fun with grandkids, reading, watching sports (BYU football), and hopes to get into genealogy soon.
Wendy began her association with the youth court in late 2000. Her son was one of the first group of judges to serve. Kim needed some help so Wendy volunteered. Sixteen years later they are still going strong!
Wendy has always been interested in law and police work. That, together with her love of working with teens makes youth court perfect for her.
She has thoroughly enjoyed her time with the youth court and has been impressed with the incredible young men and women she serves with. They are smart and caring and are dedicated to serving in the community helping their peers. After graduating, many have gone on to a career within the law profession.
Wendy has also enjoyed working with the teens that have gone through the youth court process over the years. She appreciates the many compliments and constant support from both parents and youth. It makes her happy to see lives of teens change and good choices being made.
Wendy has love, respect and faith in the good members of this generation of teens. She hopes that her association with them through the youth court might somehow make a small difference in their lives.
Thank you Kim and Wendy!