Join Roanoke's Community Health Challenge this Saturday!

Roanoke is putting on a really special Kick-Off Event for the It’s Time Texas Community Challenge this Saturday, January 11th at the Roanoke Recreation Center from 7-7. The fun starts bright & early and lasts all day, plus everything is FREE! A few fun things to expect are:



If only 25 people attend, Roanoke can earn 15,000 points for the community. (Which is huge!) Even more than the competition, the It’s Time Texas Community Challenge is about encouraging each other to lead healthier lives and build a stronger, more connected community.


In case you’re not familiar, the Community Challenge is a statewide competition built around healthy activities. You sign up on behalf of The City of Roanoke and earn points for the community with every healthy action you submit. At the end of the 8-week challenge, the city with the most points in each size category get a cash prize to put toward a community health project. There are also regular prize giveaways for individual participants!



Sign up at www.facebook.com/ITTRoanoke

Then, register for the Community Challenge at www.ittcommunitychallenge.com. Registering will help Roanoke earn more points!


Men’s Health, Strategies to Keep New Year’s Resolutions, Women’s Health, Spine and Bone Health, Financial Health, Mental Health, Confidence in Your Smile. Here is the full day's guest speaker schedule:





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