In the Blue Zones
Eighty-four towns and cities across Iowa submitted statements of interest to become Blue Zones communities, and 58 made it through to the second round. Of those making it through, 40 have a Hy-Vee store — mainly since the chain’s store directors have rallied local groups and residents. “They’re very active on the Chamber of Commerce and involved in Rotary Clubs, so they brought [Blue Zones Project] to their attention and help fire up their communities,” ...
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