DAVIS COUNTY, Utah ( ABC4 News) – The Davis Education Foundation partnered with Young Automotive Group to collect non-perishable food items for the Bountiful Food Pantry in a food pantry parade Friday.

To participate, residents in Layton and Kaysville placed food donations on the curb for pickup. The event started at 9:50 a.m. and went until 2 p.m.

The food pantry parade was a no-contact parade and officials asked residents to watch the parade from their windows. Officials say food may also be dropped off at any of the Young automobile dealerships in town.

Bus drivers followed three routes to pick up food and law enforcement personnel in emergency vehicles participated in the parade. 

The three routes included:

  • West Kaysville: Barnes Park (By the volleyball bowery) / Contact Jared Price 801-540-5836
  • West Layton: Ellison Park (West Entrance) / Contact Russ Cooper 801-807-9433
  • East Layton: Smith’s on Gentile (North end of the parking lot)

Several bus drivers, according to officials are now delivering breakfast and lunch grab-and-go meals to students in select areas of the district.

For more information, please contact the Director of Communication & Operations Chris Williams at 801-402-5260. You can also read more here.