Get Your 3 With GHT!
Week 1 Winners
Each week 20 participants will be chosen to award a local food pantry of their choice $20. All of those participants with a score of 21 were entered in a drawing for week 1. Those winners are listed.

Congratulations to all the participants making a commitment to healthy eating and exercise.

Winners can be selected several ways.

  • Weekly - each week 20 participants with the highest weekly point total will be chosen to award a local food pantry of their choice $20. Any ties will be entered in a drawing. Participants can win multiple weeks.
  • Challenge conclusion - 20 participants with the highest scores (84 maximum) will be selected to award $50 to their favorite local food pantry. 
  • Additionally another 20 local food pantries will receive $20 from participants that report points all four weeks, regardless of their point totals. Those that qualify will be entered in a random drawing.

Once all of the winners have been chosen the selected food pantries will receive a check for the total amount awarded to them. Remember a link to report points and challenge updates can also be found on the GHT website.
Reporting Points
Participants can earn up to 3 points each day by following the USDA recommendations of eating 2 ½ cups of vegetables and 2 cups of fruit daily, while also doing 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous activity each day. Participants that follow the guidelines and report their points will be eligible to award their local food pantry a donation from the GHT.

Weekly point totals will be due by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday of each week. Week two points will be due November 19. Please click here to report your points.

If you want to print a point tracker to help you count your points please click here . Please note, the point tracker is not submitted, it is for your use only.
Don't Forget The Fruit!
Are you having trouble getting more fruit in your diet? An obvious way to add fruit is in a smoothie. Here are a couple more ideas to increase your fruit intake.

  1. Keep fruits accessible. Have a fruit bowl in sight as a reminder. You can also keep cut-up fruit in your refrigerator.
  2. Add fruit to your usual dishes. For example, add mandarin oranges to a tossed salad or top your pizza with pineapple.
  3. Choose fruit as a snack. Apples and oranges travel well and can be eaten on the run. So skip the fast food drive thru.
  4. Eat fruit for dessert, rather than that piece of cake.
  5. Use fruit as a topping for pancakes, waffles, cereal, ice cream or yogurt.

There are many different types and forms of fruit that can be incorporated into your diet. Fruits can be fresh, frozen, canned and dried.
If you have questions, please contact us.

Kelly Hageman
Wisconsin Counties Association
22 East Mifflin, Suite 900
Madison, WI 53703

Phone: 608-663-7152
Fax: 608-663-7189

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