Parks and Rec moves from one challenge to the next

 

March 13, 2024

Wrangell Parks and Recreation Department photo

Diane O'Brien (above) and Collin Dando tied for first place in the Parks and Recreation Winter Workout Challenge. Each won a six-month pass to Parks and Recreation programs.

Just as soon as its indoor Winter Workout Challenge ended, the Parks and Recreation Department moved outdoors - literally.

The Outdoor Challenge, which started March 1, is similar to the indoor event. Participants keep track of their activities, and the runners, walkers, bikers - or whatever their exercise - with the most points win prizes.

"We are just encouraging people to get outside and move their bodies," said Devyn Johnson, recreation coordinator for the department.

The goal is completing at least 30 minutes of outdoor exercise at least five days a week. "This challenge is for people...



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