Community Challenge

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Welcome

The Community Challenge consists of teams that engage in friendly competition against each other in a variety of intellectual and physical challenges over the course of several days. We invite community businesses and organizations of Winona to rise to the challenge and put your teamwork to the test! This Olympics-style event puts the “fun” back in fundraising, with proceeds benefiting Live Well Winona. STD

We have a small, medium, and large division. Teams can be comprised of employees, family of employees, clients, or vendors of the business or organization. Participants can only represent one team throughout the challenge, but may participate in multiple activities. All team members must be 18 or older.

Results

CONGRATULATIONS to all our past winners! We appreciate your support and participation. Our winners in each division receive an engraved traveling plaque to display proudly!

Small Division Medium Division Large Division
Miller Scrap – 2014 Winona Family YMCA – 2014 RiverSide Electronics – 2014
Miller Scrap – 2013 Winona Family YMCA – 2013
Watlow – 2013

 

2014 Community Challenge winners: Miller Scrap (small), Winona Family YMCA (medium), RiverSide Electronics (large)

2014 Community Challenge winners: Miller Scrap (small), Winona Family YMCA (medium), RiverSide Electronics (large)

 Mud Run

The Mud/Trail Run is a fun and challenging experience that includes roughly a three mile course of trails and obstacles. The course is designed to be accessible to the average person in reasonably good physical condition, and includes mud pits, water, over and under crawls, waterslide, hillside trails and more!

Download results: 2013   2014

Thanks to the Winona Daily News for featuring our event last year:
Not your average race: my first mud run
Live Well Winona kicks off community challenge series with Mud Run race

Pictures

Community Challenge pictures can be found in our Shutterfly gallery! Please feel free to add your own pictures from the events.

Contact

Questions? Feedback? Please email [email protected] or call 507-474-9825