THAT’S A WRAP! CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE PARTICIPANTS!

The IT’S TIME TEXAS Community Challenge, Presented by H-E-B, is over!IT'S TIME TEXAS Community Challenge, Presented by H-E-B

The 2016 Community Challenge is over, but the efforts and enthusiasm put forth by its participants will be felt throughout the state for years to come. In three short months, more than one million Texans, representing roughly 320 Texas communities, participated in more than 10,000 fun, healthy activities to demonstrate their commitment to healthier cities and a healthier state.

From mayors and the school community, to businesses, local non-profits and faith-based organizations, participants from all over stepped up to demonstrate that the health of their communities matter. We know that a healthy community is more prosperous, and by working together, we will make living healthy easier for all Texans.

Congratulations to the winning communities!

Metro: San Antonio
Large: Garland
Mid-sized: Coppell
Small: Prosper
Extra-Small: Alvarado

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or topics for discussion.


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Tristan Cisco, Water Conservation Education Coordinator for the Town of Prosper, Prosper TX

Tristan Cisco, Water Conservation Education Coordinator for the Town of Prosper, Prosper TX

Julie Shivers, Recreation Coordinator for the Town of Prosper, Prosper TX

Julie Shivers, Recreation Coordinator for the Town of Prosper, Prosper TX

Kimberly Hanson, Teacher at Bel Air Elementary School, Athens TX

Kimberly Hanson, Teacher at Bel Air Elementary School, Athens TX

Angela Rubio, Coordinated School Health Specialist, Pasadena ISD, Pasadena TX

Angela Rubio, Coordinated School Health Specialist, Pasadena ISD, Pasadena TX

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MORE INFORMATION:

Each year, the Community Challenge unites community members, schools, businesses, community organizations, faith-based organizations and mayors in an effort to see which of Texas’ communities can demonstrate the greatest commitment to healthy living. There are a variety of ways for each of these audience types to communities to earn points and at the end of the 3-month competition a champion is crowned! There is a winner for each of the 5 size categories: Metro, Large, Mid-sized, Small, Extra-small.

If you have additional questions or want more information about start planning for the 2017 Community Challenge, please feel free to email Coco Valdez, our Director of Initiatives and Events at coco@itstimetexas.org.

BECOME AN ALLY:

The IT’S TIME TEXAS Community Challenge offers the unique opportunity to promote your products and services to the more than 2 million Texans impacted by the Challenge. To learn more about becoming a 2017 Community Challenge Ally, please feel free to contact Megan Carvajal, our VP of Corporate Alliances at megan@itstimetexas.org.


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THANK YOU TO OUR ALLIES

HEB
BlueCross BlueShield of Texas
SNAP
RGK Foundation