re:TH!NK What Healthy Looks Like
re:TH!NK, Winnebago’s Healthy Living Partnership, is a community healthy living coalition working to create a place where everyone has the opportunity to live the healthiest life possible. Over 500 people and 60 organizations are engaged with re:TH!NK. We encourage you to get involved, because together we can transform our community into a place where healthy choices are easier, accessible and part of everyday life. re:TH!NK is supported by the Winnebago County Health Department.
Thank You for Caring. Thank You for Being Amazing. Vicky Redlin has been an active member of re:TH!NK for over five years. As staff of the Winnebago County Parks Department, her professional work and personal commitment to making it easier for residents to bike, walk,...read more
Caring in Action Award Adam Bellcorelli has been a dedicated member of re:TH!NK for a couple years. He represents the Social Connectedness team on the re:TH!NK Leadership Council. He has served as Emcee for the past two Annual Soirees and for the 2018 Legislative...read more
Youth Award Grace Halstead has been an advocate in the re:TH!NK Youth Coalition for five years. She first got involved in FACT, the statewide, youth-led tobacco prevention movement, at Tipler Middle School and has been advocating for tobacco-related issues ever since....read more
In 2018, re:TH!NK updated the mission statement and logo, worked on Safe Routes to Parks audits, educated youth about healthy food choices, partnered with the Sacred Heart Neighborhood Association, conducted Festival Scans, and finally reached its goal of tobacco-free...read more
re:TH!NK has exciting news to share! The Leadership Council took time this past summer to discuss the current and future state of re:TH!NK and has updated the mission statement to reflect our current and potential priorities. The mission statement is now more...read more
Thank you to Aurora Health Care & Julie Wisneski for supporting the Oshkosh Area School District's Farm2School tastings. Providing new fruits and vegetables at school allows students to try new foods they may not normally be exposed to at home. This program helps...read more