Ni Riain School of Irish Dance took top honors during Saturday's St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Under the direction of Holly Lanteigne-Marrow, the school from Springettsbury Township won the grand prize for its Irish dancing.
Other winners are as follows:
Best Decorated Vehicle (Commercial): Martin's Potato Chips
Honorable Mention: Southern York Turf & Tractor
Best Decorated Vehicle (Non-Commercial): Penn-Mar Irish Festival
Honorable Mention: York County Pageants
Best Antique Vehicle: Thomas Murren - Groundhog Hole Fire Company, Engine 1
Best Individual/Family Group: Friends of Chris Reilly
Honorable Mention: Mendenhall Retirement
Best Float: St.
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Honorable Mention: Hope Street Garden & Learning Lab and Buy Local Coalition
Best Nonprofit Organization: York County Youth Development Center
Honorable Mention: 4-H Seeing Eye Puppy Club, Combined Provisional Forces of the Shenandoah, Special Olympics, Bark-A-Ritaville Freestylers
Best Honor Guard: American Merchant Marine Veterans and Sea Scouts of York Ship 25
Honorable Mention: York City Police Department
Best Media Entry: WGAL
Honorable Mention: Smart Magazine
Best Irish Group: Hooley School of Irish Dance
Despite some mild precipitation early Saturday morning, the 30th annual York St. Patrick's Day Parade stepped off at 1 p.m. as planned. Click here for photos from the parade.