Want a chance to win a $50 Visa gift card? Here’s how. Visit the NewsVroom inside Memorial Hall at the York Fair and show us the York Daily Record and/or GameTimePA app Sunday, Sept. 8, through Saturday, Sept. 14, on your smartphone. If you don’t have it, we’ll show you how to download it.
- The apps are FREE.
- We will choose one winner daily for a $50 Visa Gift Card.
- The winner will be notified (by phone or email) by 2 pm the following day.
- Prizes will be mailed or picked up at YNC only.
Hey gang, I’ll be at the NewsVroom in Memorial hall from 1 to 3 p.m. Friday. Come meet me and learn about Tout.
Do you have good news that you’d like to share with the world? If so, I’ll Tout it.
What qualifies as good news? Possibilities might be include a new job, birth of a child or grandchild, marriage or engagement. I’ll capture you sharing the news via video and broadcast it to the world.
Other York Fair links:
1. Slideshow: Fair-goers share photos
2. York Fair on RebelMouse
3. All’s Fair blog
4. Newsvroom at the fair
5. Civil War enthusiasts can meet authors at the York Fair
6. Visit Smart 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13, for your chance to be on the cover of the magazine with our Instagram photo booth!
This slideshow, featuring photos curated via Geofeedia, will be updated throughout the York Fair, Sept. 6-15.
I absolutely have to get these social media slip-ons.
Called the Effronte Flats, they’re decorated with an @ sign and a hashtag. They’re new from the Princess Vera Wang lineup. Guess who will be heading over to Kohl’s?
Are they cool or what?
Update: I went to Kohl’s. and I had to order them from the in-store kiosk. BUT, they were on sale plus I got an additonal 15 percent off. TWEET THAT!
Here are photos from then and now. I will update throughout day.
Check out this Pinterest board I did for my novel, The Yearbook Series: Gina and Mike.
I pinned excerpts from the book and some of the reviews I received. Check it out when you have a chance. And, here’s the skinny on the contemporary romance:
Gina McKenzie is a cheerleader with a super hot boyfriend who kisses like you wouldn’t believe…
She’s looking forward to the prom, then graduation and senior week at the shore. The only thing she isn’t looking forward to is the start of college, because it means she won’t be near Mike. They are attending schools on opposite sides of the state.
But Gina’s normal teen life ends the night she is brutally raped by her math teacher and Mike’s baseball coach. Coach Smith threatens to destroy Mike’s promising baseball career if Gina tells anyone what happened. To protect Mike, Gina keeps quiet and eventually, unable to deal with the effects of the rape, breaks up with Mike.
They reconnect at their 20th high school reunion where the past catches up with them and Mike learns the truth about what happened 20 years ago.
Jim McClure blogs about photographer Jason Plotkin’s unique perspective of Central Market on York Town Square.
Other Central Market links:
NewHive expression of Central Market
Readers remember Central Market