KAYSVILLE -- The city recently received $1,300 for its scholarship fund, which lets low-income youths participate in city recreation programs.
Bowman's Market presented the city council with a check for proceeds raised from its annual Pioneer Day breakfast. For 25 years, Bowman's has hosted a chuck wagon breakfast in conjunction with Kaysville city. This year's breakfast was July 23.
Bowman's provides the food and location for the event. The city provides needed supplies, and the food is prepared by city employees. All profits are then donated to the scholarship program.
The scholarships provide children the opportunity to take part in city recreation programs if the caregiver's income falls within the qualifications of the school lunch program.
"We extend our appreciation to Bowman's as an excellent example of what a great corporate citizen can be," said Mayor Steve Hiatt.