8/28/17 – The ribbon will be cut Tuesday on the newest Blue Zones Project-approved restaurant in Dodge County. Blue Zones officials say the Open Door Coffeehouse in Mayville was selected because of its commitment to creating a healthier environment. The Blue Zones Project is a community-led, well-being improvement initiative designed to make healthier choices easier by encouraging simple changes to environment, policy, and social networks. The coffee house has a menu that includes a grilled vegetable panini option served on sourdough bread with zucchini, carrots, goat cheese, red onion, sun dried tomatoes, and red pepper. Additionally, all paninis are served with a side of seasonal fruit. The Open Door also encourages patrons to bike or walk to their downtown location and has provided a bike rack for customers to use. Owner Amber Schraufnagel says she never had a doubt that Blue Zones Project was something she wanted to be a part of and says the opportunity has only enhanced her mission to make positive changes in Mayville and the surrounding areas. The ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 5:30pm Tuesday the Open Door Coffeehouse at 119 South Main Street, Mayville. For details about becoming a Blue Zones Project Approved restaurant or general information about Blue Zones Project, Dodge County, call 920-342-2479, or visit dodgecounty.bluezonesproject.com. Blue Zones Project is brought to Dodge County through sponsorship by Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, in collaboration with Sharecare, Inc. and Blue Zones, LLC. Dodge County is the first Blue Zones Project demonstration site in the state.