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FEA CT COAST TO COAST CHALLENGE

Join the CT Federal Executive Association in promoting Coast to Coast challenge. Registration is now open!


There are FEB’s and FEA’s from all parts of the US participating in this challenge…we want CT to have a great showing and hope you and your team will join in!


If you don’t’ have a team or would like to join one, please contact me (Jenifer.Hasenfus@ice.dhs.gov) to join FEA Connecticut Team!


Take off on your journey to better health.


During this challenge, you’ll record physical activity, acts of kindness and no late-night snacking to earn points and badges as well as build long-lasting, well-being habits. This no-cost, virtual event is open to all federal employees and contractors and is a fun way to get healthy and create some friendly competition with your coworkers. Please forward to your co-workers so they don’t miss out on the opportunity to participate!

Don’t just talk about getting healthier — do it. Start the Coast to Coast Challenge at FEB.coasttocoastwellness.com


Important details:

  • Registration will be open from through today (August 29).

  • The 6-week program runs from August 22 through October 2.

  • The goal is to log 150 points (25 points per week) by recording physical activity,acts of kindness and no late-night snacking.

  • For complete details, watch the video at FEB.coasttocoastwellness.com


Ways to win the Coast-to-Coast Challenge:

  1. Top FEB/FEA wins overall champion trophy and GEHA will donate $5,000 in the winning FEB/FEAs name to the Combined Federal Campaign. FEB/FEA must have 300+ participants to be eligible.

  2. Top 3 teams in each FEB/FEA will receive a trophy. Teams must have four or five participants to be eligible for this trophy. Ties will be determined by the team with the highest averaged steps.

  3. Top 3 individuals in each FEB/FEA will receive a trophy. Ties will be determined by total steps.

  4. All participants who complete will receive an e-certificate


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