About this blogWelcome to Twenty & Change! Here, you'll find stories from York Daily Record's Generation Y'ers as they blog the many changes that come along in your 20s -- good and bad -- and, essentially, how to survive until you’re 30.
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Category Archives: Family
Sarah Chain stuck it out through a cold night of baseball April 20, 2013, for three free York Revolution tickets.
Kate Harmon held her first fundraiser for Parkinson’s research this week and the York community came out in throngs to support it.
Seeing all the help my parents got during their golf tournament made me miss the days of college and how close we always were.
With April being Parkinson’s Awareness Month, it’s a busy time for Kate Harmon as she heads to Florida for a tournament, NYC for a walk and holds a fundraiser here in York. Making time to give back feels good, even if it’s stressful.
Sarah Chain remembers dressing up for Easter Sunday as a child, but it’s not a tradition she’ll uphold this year.
A recent story about a Mom blaming the fact she couldn’t get her child out of bed for school made Kate Harmon try to remember if she was good at getting up for school as a kindergartner.
Kate Harmon isn’t sure losing pets get easier with age. The Harmon family cat, Bonkers, died Monday at 16 years old.
Kate Harmon doesn’t remember her parents restricting TV time and encouraging physical activity when she was young. It was just something that happened.
Kate Harmon is a crazy cat lady. And her cat, Ginger’s recent shoulder injury may be the sign she needs that she would be a crazy overprotective mom, too.