Penn State York's Second Annual Paw Search, a talent and variety show, raised more than $1,000 for the Penn State Dance Marathon thanks to a variety of campus and community performers. Here, Kim's Karate demonstrated martial arts abilities.
The Southside Steppers, a dance group from the City of York, had the audience moving in their seats to the beat of their lively music and precise dance moves.
Nevar Chase, a sophomore at Penn State York, took to the stage with the campus group the M3C Dancers.
Jess Olan, a recent Penn State York graduate and former Student Government Association president, shared her vocal talent with a rendition of "Don't Know Why" made famous by Nora Jones.
Amanda Clements, a Penn State York student, left, was selected from the audience and played a few notes on the piano as an inspiration for business major Rhoi Fajardo, right, to write an original piano composition. Fajardo stunned the audience by playing a tune on the spot.
Roderick Bell, a sophomore at Penn State York, performed a Garth Brooks number "To Make You Feel My Love." Bell was also one of the organizers of Paw Search for the second year in a row.
Pete Holmes wowed the crowd at the Second Annual Paw Search at Penn State York.