High Five Winner Treats Others to Homemade Bread

High Five Winner Treats Others to Homemade Bread

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(KSL News) We're giving an early birthday surprise to a woman who turns 96 years old next month.

Cherrill Dygert says her mother, Ruby Evans, of Kaysville, deserves a High Five because her door and heart are always open to others.

Ruby does her own housework, cooking, and cleaning. And apparently she's quite the baker, too. She makes family and friends homemade bread every week.

Cherrill Dygert/ Nominated mother: "My mother makes about two or three batches of bread every week. There are about four loaves in a batch. She gives it away."

Ruby Evans/ Nominated by daughter: "I am very surprised."

Send us your Christmas-themed nomination for a High Five at the link above.

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