"The list of weird stuff that my staff is willing to try is long," said Jay Allred, Richland Source's publisher. "This is a reach for us."
Neither he nor Schock could remember exactly where the idea came from, "but somebody said, what if we flipped it to healthy families and healthy babies? We flip that story to 'let's be healthy.'"
So the community engagement project is a traditional celebration of life – a baby shower.
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