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January 2, 2013

Knoxville's Dilliner on LHI's Dream Team

Knoxville —  

Live Healthy Iowa has chosen members of the 2nd annual Dream Team to gain an inside perspective into the 2013 10 Week Wellness Challenge. Ten Iowans from across the state, chosen through an application process, will share their struggles, strategies and successes to exemplify the benefits of living a positive, healthy lifestyle. Live Healthy Iowa has selected Debra Atkinson, owner of Voice for Fitness, as the Dream Team Captain charged with leading and motivating the team.

The 2013 Dream Team members are: Amber Graves of Dayton, Carolina Wilson of Waverly, Cindy Dilliner of Knoxville, Crystal Waterbury of Carroll, Jennifer Long of Mount Pleasant, Kim Hildebrand of Princeton, Peggy Steinbronn of Urbandale, Suzy Card of Pella, Tabitha Wiggins of Iowa City and Tyler Kubik of Newton.

With many admirable applications from Iowans wanting to improve their well-being and enjoy a healthier lifestyle, it was difficult to narrow the field to just one team. Another opportunity has been sent to applicants who were not chosen, in hopes that the Live Healthy Iowa 10 Week Wellness Challenge can continue to be a part of their journey toward achieving their wellness goals. For more information about the 10 Week Wellness Challenge, visit www.livehealthyiowa.org.

To follow the Dream Team throughout their journey, like Live Healthy Iowa's Facebook page, follow us on Twitter @LiveHealthyIowa and subscribe to our blog at www.livehealthyiowa.wordpress.com

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