Triangle East

 Be yourself … what a great goal for each of us!

In the latest Triangle East section, you’ll find stories to inspire and entertain, as local people come together in unique partnerships to make our community a better place.

They remind us that we all have something to contribute to our corner of the world, and that it’s more than OK to celebrate the real you.

 

 

Move It: Senior Surge Helps Bring Gold to Garner

Garner is known as a toe-tapping place, from its annual Showcase of Talent to its hometown heroes, platinum recording artist Scotty McCreery and bluegrass great Lorraine Jordan.

All that music is just  fine by Teresa Patterson, who relocated to Garner from Pennsylvania when she retired, to be nearer her son. She also joined the G Squad, a seniors’ hip-hop dance troupe based at the Garner Senior Center.... Read More

Ready, Willing and Able To Serve 

Becky Beasley likes mystery novels, Scotty McCreery, and leading a team of writers and artists in publishing A2S Post, the news digest of Garner-based Able to Serve.

 Executive Director Carlton McDaniel Jr. founded this faith-based nonprofit in 2003, to help fill a post-high school void often faced by special needs adults.

“I had been looking for something like this,” said Beasley, 29, and a graduate of Fuquay-Varina High. “It’s a chance to interact with others, and the volunteers are just amazing."... Read More