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Village Coop marks third anniversary with bench dedication

Co-op residents enjoy bright sunshine and breezy warmth Thursday, Oct. 10, during a brief ceremony dedicating a courtesy bench for walkers along the Park Board path between State St. and 4th St. N.W.  A dinner for all 50 homeowners followed the ribbon-cutting.  Both events were in observation of the Co-op’s third anniversary.
Co-op residents enjoy bright sunshine and breezy warmth Thursday, Oct. 10, during a brief ceremony dedicating a courtesy bench for walkers along the Park Board path between State St. and 4th St. N.W. A dinner for all 50 homeowners followed the ribbon-cutting. Both events were in observation of the Co-op’s third anniversary.

MASON CITY – The Village Cooperative observed its third anniversary as a new Mason City neighborhood by dedicating a COMFORT ZONE bench at the Taft Ave. Co-op entrance Thursday, October 10. Co-op residents gathered to enjoy the day’s mild temperatures and sunshine as a ribbon was cut to symbolize presentation of the gift to walkers using the city Park Board’s path paralleling Taft Ave. from State St. to 4th St. NW. Engraved on the bench is the invitation to sit and enjoy: ‘COMFORT ZONE – a Village Co-op courtesy.’ The bench is made from recycled plastic by Plastic Recycling of Iowa Falls.

The first Village Cooperative residents moved into their new homes September 29, 2010. Since its inception, the resident-owned Co-op has become a landmark in northwest Mason City. Fifty Co-op units are home to members aged 55-plus. Units have one or two bedrooms and range in size from 840 square feet through 1,416 square feet. Prices run from $40,275 through $77,000 depending on size and location within the building. Further information is available by calling the Village Cooperative office – 641-423-5840 — between 9 am and 1 pm weekdays.

Village Co-op residents return to their homes after gathering for a ribbon-cutting ceremony dedicating a bench located at the end of the drive off Taft Ave Thurs, Oct. 10.  The bench invites walkers using the Park Board path between State St. and 4th St. N.W. to enjoy the COMFORT ZONE provided by the Co-op.  It is a Third Anniversary gift from the Co-op and is constructed of recycled plastic.
Village Co-op residents return to their homes after gathering for a ribbon-cutting ceremony dedicating a bench located at the end of the drive off Taft Ave Thurs, Oct. 10. The bench invites walkers using the Park Board path between State St. and 4th St. N.W. to enjoy the COMFORT ZONE provided by the Co-op. It is a Third Anniversary gift from the Co-op and is constructed of recycled plastic.
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