In 2018, a creative Lake Travis-area business owner noticed that high school student-athletes are so overwhelmed with the demands of their grueling academic and athletic commitments that they typically cannot maintain regular employment. Jennifer Wright decided to connect these job-seeking teenage student-athletes with skill-seeking younger athletes, and Player2Player was launched. Fast forward to 2022 when more than 75 high school athletes in Frisco are employed by Player2Player teaching sports to the next generation of Frisco athletes. Continue reading “Player2Player Frisco All About High School Athletes Coaching the Next Generation”
Have you ever thought of giving your kids the best summer experience? As a dad or mom, you are completely right when you help your kids channel their energy into the right activities. What else comes to mind better than summer camps and after school activities. As much as kids love to hang around you and enjoy the protection of their parents, they feel more excited when they see and try new things outside their immediate environment. This may get you thinking of how to make the right choice for your kids. You will need to find information from reliable sources before making your decision. Continue reading “How To Find The Right Summer Camps & After School Activities For Your Kids”
YMCA Camp Shaver is a fun place filled with friendly people. The exciting activities draw people in, but it’s the relationships formed here that cause people to come back year after year. Continue reading “Camp Shaver | YMCA Of Central New Mexico”
Summer day camps at the Vanderbilt YMCA, located in Midtown East near Grand Central Terminal, Times Square, and the UN, offer a fun, safe, and enriching experience for kids ages 6 months to 14 years. Continue reading “Vanderbilt YMCA Summer Camps”
THE SPIRIT OF RAQUETTE!
Raquette Lake Camps is a family! Since 1916, something special has been happening on the pristine shores of Raquette Lake, NY. A 7-week, brother/sister camp located in the Adirondacks. Continue reading “Raquette Lake Camps”