Algoma residents set to participate in 3rd annual Freeze the Gain challenge this winter

By Connor Harbit


Algoma residents looking to either lose weight or maintain their current weight are challenged to “Freeze the Gain” this winter. The six-week challenge holds a different theme each week and is designed to help participants keep the pounds off over the busy winter months by providing tips, tools and resources. Jody Anderson, a registered nurse and community nurse activator, outlined some of the ways the program would assist its participants.





Weigh-ins for the challenge will be held November 26th through the 30th. Those who do weigh-in are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item or toiletry to be donated to the Kewaunee County Food Pantry. There will be a prize drawing at the end of the challenge for those who turn their weigh-in cards back in.

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