News about my parent resource social network:
Triangle TRACKS, a resource directory and social network for Triangle parents located at http://www.triangletracks.com, has introduced “TRACKers” who will blog about children’s education, trends, food, sports and health on a regular basis.
Anne Woodman, Triangle TRACKS Education TRACKer, is a freelance writer and mother of two elementary schoolers who lives and writes in Morrisville. She has a background in education and healthcare public relations. View Anne’s debut blog on Triangle TRACKS here.
Janel Bunten, the Trend TRACKer, is a local stay at home mom in Holly Springs who has a second grade daughter and preschool-aged son. She runs a blog called “Dandelion Dayz.” You can read her debut blog here.
Tyler Wright lives in Apex with his wife and four children, who range in age from 2 to 9 and are homeschooled. He will serve as Triangle TRACKS’ Food TRACKer, and you can view his debut blog here.
Apex-based writer Kurt Dusterberg is the Triangle TRACKS Sports TRACKer. He has a 9-year-old daughter and a 6-year-old son, and has spent most of his career involved with sports as a writer and television sportscaster. Kurt recently published his first book, “Journeymen: 24 Bittersweet Tales of Short Major League Sports Careers” (http://www.journeymenbook.com), and has coached his daughter’s soccer team for three years. Look for his first blog in the next few weeks.
Jennifer Goodall, Triangle TRACKS’ Health TRACKer, has two daughters: 2-year-old Dylan and
4-year-old Kennedy. She works as a program manager for a networking company in RTP, and is an active board member of le Tour de Femme, a charitable all-female bicycling event that takes place in Cary. Jennifer enjoys running and has competed in triathalons. Her first blog will appear on Triangle TRACKS in the next week. You can learn more about all of Triangle TRACKS’ TRACKers at this link.
Triangle TRACKS’ content focuses on education, museum exhibits, parks, youth sports, camps, music lessons, art lessons, performing arts studios, party venues, amusement centers, restaurants, childcare facilities, healthcare resources, children’s trends and much more.
Businesses and organizations interested in advertising on the Triangle TRACKS website or in the monthly e-newsletter can access rate information by visiting this link.
About Triangle TRACKS
Triangle TRACKS compiles sources across the region focused on the improvement of children’s lives. It is a product of parenthood and an accumulation of resources resulting from years of children’s birthday parties, games, youth sports, museum exhibits, parks, concerts, camps, clubs, education experiences and much more. Learn more about Elizabeth Shugg, owner and editor of Triangle TRACKS, at http://www.elizabethshugg.com.