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WEEK 3 RESULTS
The WCA Group Health Trust 3 for 3 challenge is nearly completed. Congratulations to all of the participants making a commitment to a healthier lifestyle while also helping their local food pantry. Your next challenge is to be commmited to living healthy. Set a goal to stay active and eat a healthy diet. 

The week three scores have been submitted. To determine the winners all of the participants with a weekly total of 21 points were entered in a random drawing. Ea ch of the food pantries listed below will receive $20 from the GHT. Remember your week four point total is due Tuesday, December 4 by 4:00 pm.

Name
GHT Group
Food Pantry
Amy Nguyen Oshkosh School District St. Joseph Food Pantry
Cheryl Rehm Fond du Lac School District SOS Food Pantry
Deb Swiertz Menasha School District St. Joseph Food Pantry
Debbie Lewis Gateway Technical College Shalom Center Food
Fae Olson Marinette County Karen's Food Pantry
Holly Talamanco Calumet County Salvation Army
James Lehto Appleton Area SD St. Joseph's Food Program
Jessica Longdin Fond du Lac School District Fondy Food Pantry
Kathy Gee Cedar Grove-Belgium S. D. Faith Reformed Church
Lindsey Peyton Bangor School District Hunger Task Force of La Crosse
Lisa Berg Sheboygan Falls SD Sheboygan Falls Food Pantry
Lisa Witak Marinette County Peshtigo Food Pantry
Mary Everett Washburn County Cameron Area Food Pantry
Meghan Neveau Oshkosh School District Oshkosh Area Food Pantry
Rebecca Menzel Menasha School District Salvation Army of Calumet County
Robyn Swanson Elkhorn School District Walworth County Food Pantry
Roxanne Walker Mayville School District Waupun Food Pantry
Roxy Kahan Taylor County Indianhead Community Action Agency
Sue Algiers Hartford Union High School Hartford Food Pantry
Tracy Keller Wautoma School District Waushara County Food Pantry

2019 GHT CHALLENGES
Resolution Recharge (weight loss challenge)
Participants track their weight during the challenge and those with the highest weight loss percentage are awarded prizes.
Feb. 3-March 16
 
8th Annual Fitness Challenge
Teams of up to 4 people compete with others from across the state. During the challenge participants will track their activity for each week. 
April 14-May 25
 
Walking Challenge 
GHT members record their walking activity and report their progress. Prizes are awarded to those that report their progress.
September 1-28
 
3 For 3 Challenge
Members will earn points for 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.
November 3-30

HOW THE CHALLENGE WORKS
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 WCA Group Health Trust.

REPORTING POINTS
Please  click here to report your points. Your points are due  by 4:00 pm on Tuesday of each week. Points submitted prior to the  completion  of the week will not count for weekly prizes.

Week
Due Date at 4:00 p.m.
November 25-December 1
December 4

You can report your points after the deadline to be eligible for the overall prizes. Please visit the WCA Group Health Trust website to register your points each week. 

If you want to print a point tracker to help you count your points please click here.

DONATIONS
Participants 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. We will also include a letter informing them of the participants that selected them for the cash donation on behalf of WCA Group Health Trust.

CONTACT INFORMATION

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

Phone :   608-663-7188
Fax :       608-663-7189

22 E. Mifflin Street, Suite 900  |  Madison, WI 53703 |  P:  608-663-7188  |  F:  608-663-7189