Garden County Coordinated Health Council Meets!
Garden County Coordinated Health Council Meets!
Posted on 01/13/2014

January is mental health awareness month, as well as sharing exercise and fitness opportunities.

Below is what VOA-WN has to offer in terms of health & wellness:


Monday - Friday (VOA-WN Office in Lewellen)

8 AM- 6 PM

Center for Health Promotion features free weights, exercise bikes, ellipticals, treadmills, as well as access to fitness videos.


Monday & Friday (VOA-WN Office in Lewellen)

9 AM

“Younger You” with Stacey

Circuit training for any level of fitness (focuses on toning & cardio work).

YOGA with Cheri’

Tuesday & Thursday

Methodist Church in Oshkosh

4-5 PM


Exercise Classes with Marcie

Monday & Thursday

Methodist Church in Oshkosh

8:30-9 AM (Men)

9- 9:30 AM (Women)


February, 2014 Membership Sale

Get 25% off any membership purchased during the month of February. We offer monthly, 6 months, and annual memberships for individuals or families.


National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP) session beginning in January! Class will be held in Lewellen on Mondays, time TBA. This program helps you to create a healthy lifestyle change through education, group support, and meetings. 


Please contact our office (308) 778-5548 or more information regarding any of the above fitness opportunities! 

Walkers also gather at the Wesleyan Church, contact the church for times.

Garden County Health Services has a small exercise room for patients receiving physical therapy, contact the hospital for more information (308) 772-3283.

Garden County Schools welcomes walkers anytime on their resurfaced track and also has a  gym/weight room for public use, contact the high school for additional information (308) 772-3242.

A recent Garden County School Board planning retreat revealed a need for increasing opportunities to be available in the county and will investigate possible options for patrons who are interested in becoming more fit!

The Coordinated Health Council commends citizens for making a commitment to become healthier and seeking wellness opportunities! Healthier people are happier and live longer!!! Health and wellness are vital components in increasing community productivity. Our hope is that 2014 be a banner year for good health in Garden County!