York’s Halloween parade marks March 73rd

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – The York Halloween Parade marked its 73rd march through downtown York.

This year’s theme encourages participants to create entries based on their favorite spooky pieces of literature.

There were bands, dance groups and nonprofit organizations.

abc27 spoke with a parade-goer who recently moved to York from Tennessee. He says he enjoys how festive his new home is.

Mark Dickey, a York resident, said: “Coming here and a change of atmosphere, new job, new role, it’s just been a blessing and I’m enjoying everything I see here, I really love it.”

Dr. Thomas Burns, president of York College, served as the parade’s grand marshal.

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