KAYSVILLE — The city of Kaysville is holding a fundraiser to help install sidewalks and curbs to connect homes, schools and parks and help children walk safely to school.
The first phase of the project will connect homes in the northwest section of the city to Centennial Jr. High, 740 S. Sunset Drive, and Snow Horse Elementary, 1095 S. Smith Lane.
A $100 donation buys a personalized 4 by 8-inch brick, and $250 or more buys an 8 by 8-inch brick. The bricks will be installed at the Angel Street Park.
For more information call Sara Thatcher at 513-535-9605 or send an email to email@example.com.
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