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Posted on: January 7, 2019

Galveston competing in statewide community fitness challenge

The New Year is here and we’re participating in a health and wellness challenge! 

 H-E-B and partners are sponsoring a free, eight-week community challenge to promote health and fitness. Cities and workplaces will compete against each other to see which communities can rack up the most points. 

 Mayor Jim Yarbrough signed a pledge this month declaring his support and encouraging Galvestonians to get involved in the It's Time Texas community challenge!

 From Jan. 7 to March 3, tracking your fitness and submitting the activities you complete will earn points for  our community. The winning community of each size category will receive grant money for fitness-minded projects! 

 For more information, please visit:

 To begin earning points for Galveston and take positive steps for improving or maintaining your health, register at Registering and logging your exercise earns points for Galveston! 

 Today is the first day of the challenge -- let's get off to a strong start! 💪🏻💪🏼💪🏽💪🏾💪🏿

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