Williamston Christmas Parade Winners Announced


For the first time anyone can remember, the 2022 Williamston Christmas Parade was held on Thanksgiving weekend in conjunction with the second annual Winter Wonderland event.
The event included the Christmas parade, a holiday market in Town Hall, special tree lighting service and lighting of the Park and Deck the Halls. The parade and all of the other activities were well received by area residents who came out to be a part of the festivities.
Parade organizer Sherri Cole said, “I loved having the parade be part of the Winter Wonderland. We had the best turn out for participants and attendance in years.”

Pictured is Anderson County Career and Technology Center who won first place in groups and organizations.

The following parade entries were winners in the 2022 Christmas Parade held Sunday in Williamston:
1ST New Prospect Missionary Baptist Church
2nd Trinity Baptist
1ST Jackson Stanley Realtors
2nd Ace Hardware
1ST Palmetto Varsity Cheerleaders
2nd Upstate Dance and Baton
1ST Claire Barnes -Miss Palmetto 2022
2nd Delany Byrne- Miss Horseshoe 2022
1st Anderson County Career and Technology Center
2nd Wren Bass Team
1ST Kenny Andrews
2nd Shawna Brady
1ST Clyde Dale Welborn
2nd Mikel Godwin
1ST Williamston Fire Department
2nd West Pelzer Fire Department
1st Debbie Walker
Trophies are available at Town Hall

Thank You
The Williamston Parade Committee would like to thank the Williamston Fire Department, the Williamston Police Department, the Town of Williamston Employees, and the Mayor and Council for all of their help with and dedication to the Williamston Christmas Parade. Without their continued support, the parade would not be possible. We would like to also give a special thanks to Girl Scout Troop 3429-Holly, Lucy, Lily, Ava, Peytin, Vanessa, Abby, Corah, Tinsley, Ayden, Raylee, Jillian, Emma, KayKay, Emmalyn, Josi, Xitali, and Co-Leaders, Ashley and Claire. They have supported our parade for several years by carrying the parade banner. We would also like to thank veteran, Daniel Hampton, for his service to our country and for starting the parade by carrying the American Flag.