‘Get Out and Walk’ challenges Rhinelander community
Star Journal Staff
The School District of Rhinelander Community Education program is challenging community members to walk 100 miles in seven weeks. The Get Out and Walk challenge was introduced as a fun way to enjoy the outdoors.
“Doing much of anything has been a challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic, but getting outside and walking is an activity that most of us can do while being safe and distancing ourselves from others,” Community Ed coordinator Mike Cheslock stated in a release. “This is why the School District of Rhinelander is encouraging you, your family and friends to take part in this fun activity.”
Registration is due by Sunday, Sept. 13; the challenge runs Sept. 14-Nov. 1. Participants track their distance and log miles on the official mileage log available on the district’s website. Completed logs are emailed to Cheslock at firstname.lastname@example.org. Everyone who completes the challenge will receive a t-shirt and is placed in a random drawing to win Chamber Bucks. The participation fee is $10 per person. Register online and pay with a debit or credit card here, or print the form, complete and mail it in with payment. Questions? Call 715-365-9745.