Live Strong House Connects with Davis County Community for Service
This summer, in a heartwarming display of community spirit, the Live Strong House (LSH) joined the Kaysville Parks and Recreation department in a park clean-up service project to rejuvenate Barne’s Park. Armed with paintbrushes and determination, the boys set out to transform the park’s worn-down pavilions as they gave the structures a much-needed facelift. But their efforts didn’t stop there; they rolled up their sleeves and delved into the nitty-gritty work of picking up trash scattered throughout the park. With each discarded item they collected, they not only restored the park’s natural beauty but also instilled in others a sense of responsibility for keeping it pristine.
The boys also took on the task of weeding and mulching the flower beds, enhancing the beauty of the park’s floral displays. Through their commendable efforts, these boys demonstrated their responsibility as community stewards, making a positive and lasting impact on the park’s overall ambiance and ensuring a more pleasant experience for everyone who frequents the area.
LSH students also joined the Bountiful Rotary Club for the 25th annual Coats for Kids Car Show. As one of the biggest events in Davis County, the proceeds go towards buying coats for kids in need at the local elementary schools. Driven by their fascination with automobiles and a genuine desire to give back to the community, the boys embraced their roles with boundless enthusiasm and dedication. With a strong sense of responsibility, they assisted in directing traffic, guiding visitors to available parking spaces, and working tirelessly at all of the food booths cooking corndogs, roasting corn, and serving pizza. Their passion for cars shone through as they eagerly shared their knowledge with curious onlookers, engaging in animated conversations about the unique features of the showcased vehicles.
Beyond their automotive expertise, it was their unwavering commitment to the cause that left a lasting impact, as they helped raise funds for local charities and demonstrated the incredible power of youth to make a positive difference in the lives of others. The members of the Rotary Club were beyond grateful for the boys’ hard work and positive attitudes throughout the entire weekend.
About Live Strong House
Live Strong House is a residential support center for adolescent & young adult men. We work with adolescent boys 15-18 years old & young adult men 18-24 years old. We specialize in students who struggle with information processing issues, substance use, PTSD, ADHD, depression, anxiety, & executive functioning.