Yes, you can join the challenge anytime.
You don’t need to sign-up for the challenge, simply start submitting your step/activity log to be entered into the challenge at any time.
Yes, you will need a GoGarrettCounty.com account to claim prizes.
Visit gogarrettcounty.com, scroll down a tiny bit and click on the button that says GET STARTED! Located in the cover photo in front of the sneakers pictured on people.
Don’t panic! Try again later, and if you still can’t get in, email [email protected] for tech support during normal business hours.
Visit https://gcinmotion.garrettcountyapps.com/ and scroll down to the button that says submit your steps.
We want this challenge to be as accessible as possible! If you are unable to participate by stepping, feel free to convert your minutes of physical activity to steps at the rate of 1 second of exercise to 1 step. For example, 60 seconds of exercise is equal to 60 steps in this challenge. You can lift, roll, do guided exercise, or any other activities. Being active is all that’s important! If we can make this challenge even more accessible, please reach out to [email protected] We’d love to connect with you, and learn how we can improve our programs! 🙂
No. Weekly challenges run from Monday to Friday. Submit your steps for the week on Monday. We will keep the form open until Wednesday in case you forget.
No – but you can participate next week.
Explore the gogarrettcounty.com website by logging in every day. Reading previous blogs, watching videos, commenting, and taking the surveys help you earn points. PRO TIP: Make sure you’re logged into your account (you should see your name in the top right hand corner)
Visit gogarrettcounty.com, across the top you’ll see PRIZE SHOP. Click there and start shopping!
Prize pick-up times are listed at the top of the screen when you visit the Prize Shop. It’s usually once a month, on a Thursday at the Garrett County Health Department. An email will be sent to you regarding specific pick-up times.
You can have someone else pick-up your prize during prize pick-up days, but they will need to sign as a recipient. Email [email protected] if this is the case prior to the next prize pick-up day.
You meet Shelley that Thursday at the Health Department to sign a few forms and get your photo taken for social media!
Not your tax dollars! Competitive grant funding has been awarded to the Population Health, Innovation, & Informatics unit within the Garrett County Health Department. This grant is led by Shelley Argabrite, MA – Health Strategist & Director of the Population Health, Innovation, and Informatics Unit, and John Corbin – Informatics Administrator for the Garrett County Health Department.