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Haywood 4 Good program announces enrollment

The Haywood 4 Good community wellness program is pleased to announce a new feature: continuous enrollment. Participants may register for the current session any time before the end of December.

This innovative program encourages participant engagement in a variety of wellness activities over the course of six months. Participants may complete all activities safely at home or in an outdoor setting. Haywood County residents may participate at no cost.  Participants may register individually; however, teams are encouraged to provide motivation and accountability.  For each activity completed, participants earn challenge points.  Participants who track their challenge points have the opportunity to win prizes during the program.        

For more information about Haywood 4 Good, go to Interested individuals may also contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 828.452.6675. Registration for the January 2023 session begins in mid-December.

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