York holds 65th annual Halloween parade

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The City of York continued another one of its long-standing traditions-- holding its  annual Halloween parade on Sunday. Organized by the York Revolution and York Traditions Bank, the holiday parade is in its 65th year.

Float makers and those in the line of march were encouraged to decorate and dress in costumes that add an innovative twist to the hometown tradition.

"My favorite part is all the tricks they do, like the batons, like they do a cart-wheel and they can catch it once they do a cart-wheel," Jackson Harris of York said.

The Halloween parade went through the city-- ending at Board Street with thousands of people watching.

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