We’re so glad you are interested in ice skating! It’s part of our winter activities series to keep people connected and active! If you have an account on GoGarrettCounty.com you can sign up to reserve your free spot on the rink ( ice skates included) in the prize shop on GoGrrettCounty.com. Registration for this scheduled event will close at 5:00 p.m. today. If you miss this week, we have events for the next two Thursdays ready in the prize shop and linked below. If you’re new to our well-being site create an account on Go! Garrett County. com, so you can reap all the benefits! 

This winter activity event is part of a larger initiative called GC In Motion to reinvest in local businesses to improve access to physical activity. Designed in 2022 with $92,986 in funding from a competitive grant award through CareFirst, the Population Health, Innovation, and Informatics Unit has built over 60 local partnerships. The Joint Training Facility is the latest of these partnerships and is providing an inclusive way for Garrett County residents to spend leisure time being active with family and friends!

This program is brought to you by CareFirst in partnership with the Population Health, Innovation, and Informatics Unit led by Shelley Argabrite at the Garrett County Health Department. Participant or guardian hereby waives any and all claims they may have against ice skating and all sponsors of the ice rink establishment, including the Garrett County Health Department, as well as their subsidiaries, affiliates, partners, officers, directors, employees, agents, and volunteers, arising out of Participant’s use of the ice skating rink and all surrounding areas. 

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