McGinley School of Irish Dance “steps” into the studio to promote Irish heritage

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Ahead of St. Patrick's Day, dancers from The McGinley School of Irish Dance strutted, stepped, and stomped in Fox43 studio with sparkling sequined outfits.

The goal of the school is to promote Irish heritage through dance.  What originally began as a small performance troupe has grown to be a successful Irish Dance School in Central Pennsylvania. Over the last thirteen years, Lena McGinley and Annie McGinley taught hundreds of dancers ranging in age from 3 through adulthood.