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Woman Receives High 5 for Work with Color Guard Squads

Woman Receives High 5 for Work with Color Guard Squads



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(KSL News) Darilyn Zabriskie of Sunset has inspired many youth through her work with color guard squads in Utah.

In fact, she is president of the Utah Winterguard Association. She works with two groups in Davis County, the Layton Performance Ensemble and the Davis High School Color Guard.

Zabriskie's friend, Karol Jensen, told us, "Darilyn is just amazing. We just love her. All of the girls love her. She's a wonderful example to all of them. She just really helps the girls achieve their potential and realize they can be anything they want to be."

This morning our Coco Warner surprised Zabriskie with a High 5.

"Oh, this is wonderful," Zabriskie responded. "You know, I've been doing color guard for about 15 years now. You do things and you hope you make an impact on kids' lives. This is where it pays off."

Along with the High 5 Darilyn received a $50 gift certificate from Sonic Drive-in.

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