Westchester in NYC for St. Patrick's Day

Ossining High School Marching Band readies for march Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
Ossining High School Marching band walks down 5th Avenue Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
Members of the Rye Boy Scout Troop 2 enjoy the parade Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
Iona College readies for a march down 5th Avenue Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
The Pipes and Drums of the Police Emerald Society of Westchester Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
The Police Emerald Society of Westchester Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
The Yorktown Irish Pipes and Drums club Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
Crowds flock to 5th Avenue for St. Patrick's Day Parade Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
Crowds cheer as the Irish-American Social Club of Northern Westchester passes by Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
Westchester-based chapter of Ancient Order of Hibernins Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
The Malone Family from Tarrytown Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
The Blackthorn Pipe Band readies for march Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
Eastchester firefighters Jim Vanslyck (left) Chris Gruber (center) and John Rabiun (right) Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
Younkers residents Dennis and Jade Mcspedon Photo Credit: Matt Bultman
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NEW YORK, N.Y. – A sea of green washed over Manhattan on Saturday as thousands of people celebrated during New York City's annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

And Westchester County was well-represented at the festivities, as several schools, clubs and bands made the short trip south to march down Fifth Avenue.

“It can’t get any better than this,” said Richard LaManga, leader of Rye Boy Scouts Troop 2, which marched in the parade. “It’s amazing how many people are here.”

Sunny skies welcomed the parade goers who turned out in full force, standing shoulder to ...
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