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August 14, 2012

Blue Zones Summer Challenge: Week 5 results

CLINTON — Every Tuesday, the Clinton Herald is posting the results of the nine-week Blue Zones Summer Challenge, in which local teams compare their minutes of activity for the previous week.

There are 23 teams involved in the challenge, which will continue into early September. The challenge is part of Clinton’s work to become designated a Blue Zone community.

To pledge support for the project visit www.bluezonesproject.com/citizens/signup or text BZP to 772937. For more information, check out the Clinton Blue Zones Project Facebook page or bluezonesproject.com.

Results for week of Aug. 4 to 10 / Participants / Total

City of Clinton — Team Rita: ... 10  /  742  /  2,972    

Clinton County Case Management — Six Girls and a Geek: ... 7  /  551  /  2,464     

YWCA — Team Ferocious Bubble Eaters: ... 17  /  490  /  2,419

Mercy Auxiliary — Team V: ... 21  /  681  /  2,350

ADM — Team Under Construction: ... 5  /  625  /  2,327    

Clinton Chamber of Commerce: ... 7  /  266  /  1,989

ASAC: ... 16  /  310  /  1,985

Medical Associates: ... 5  /  621  /  1,938

Clinton Community College — Team Movers: ...13  /  364  /  1,849

YWCA —Team Empowerment: ... 12  /  396  /  1,677

ADM Team Polymer: ... 15  /  0  /  1,598    

Bemis-Clysar: ... 26  /  442  /  1,552

ADM — Team In It to Thin It: ... 5  /  269  /  1,371     

Ashford University: ... 43  /  298  /  1,302

HyVee: ... 13  /  209  /  1,250     

Clinton Herald: ... 13  /  208  /  1,192

Comprehensive Rehab: ... 14  /  328  /  1,135

Mercy Medical: ... 108  /  203  /  1,062

Genesis VNA: ... 4  /  218  /  1,038

Gateway Impact: ... 4  /  375  /  1,017    

Cadogan Chiropractic: ... 2  /  260  /  965

City of Clinton — Team Jeff: ... 12  /  0  /  748

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