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Deadra Stanton steals the show at Mason City Blue Zones kickoff event (video)

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Deadra Stanton of Mason City gave a rousing speech to the audience in support of the Blue Zones initiative. Watch the video below.

MASON CITY – Mason City officially kicked off its Blue Zone project Friday night at NIACC.  The goal is to eventually help Iowa become the healthiest state in America by the year 2016.

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Posted on December 1, 2012. Filed under Watercooler.
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2 Responses to Deadra Stanton steals the show at Mason City Blue Zones kickoff event (video)

  1. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    April 10, 2013 at 7:39 pm

    If you think everything is so obvious/ easy , just step up to the plate. You will be welcome and become a certain hero.

  2. Katie Reply Report comment

    December 2, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    I have a problem with some healthy foods. They taste terrible and I’d rather not eat at all than eat some of them. Salmon and chicken breasts would still taste terrible with chocolate on them.

    I wonder if this BZ project will go out with a whimper the way the North Iowa’s Main Street project did. Remember that huge project announcement a few years ago when the push was for cooperation between Mason City and Clear Lake to develop the land between the two towns? Mason City has expanded west with Walmart and the Best Buy area and Clear Lake has expanded east a little, but there isn’t much new development in the middle.

    I had a friend visit from the east and she was shocked at how much undeveloped land there is in the Midwest. She says all they hear about out east is how there is no more room for people to live. She could not figure out why people don’t live here or build businesses here. Duh, neither can we.