Santa Claus came to Newberry for its annual Christmas parade and was pulling up the rear of the parade atop a fire truck.
The Titus family gets ready to enjoy the parade.
The Thornhill and Trammell families snuggled together to get ready for the parade.
Members of the Newberry Police Department stopped to talk with parade attendees.
And here it comes! The 2016 Newberry Christmas Parade is officially beginning.
Rep. Walt McLeod served as the grand marshal of the parade.
One of the cool things about being IN a parade is that you get to wave to everyone — like these folks.
Members of the Newberry County Career Center Firefighter Program took part in the parade.
Sen. Ronnie Cromer waved to onlookers as his entry into the parade moved along.
Rick Martin, who successfully ran for the seat Walt McLeod is vacating at the end of the year, walked in the parade.
Angie Bachofner danced along with D.C. Danceworks School of Dance.
The folks on this float were riding along while relaxing.
The Newberry Elementary School Learning Clubs filled this float from the front to the back.
The Newberry County Literacy Council’s float was decorated with a tree and a fireplace.
The Newberry Academy Marching Band participated in the parade.
Little Santa was a part of the Newberry Academy Marching Band.
Old Time Baptist Church decorated its float with scripture.
Even Christmas presents walked in the parade.
Cub Scout Pack One carried the American flag and other flags during the parade.
It looks like Santa and a couple of his reindeer were an early entry in the parade.
The Newberry Chapter of Sons of Allen took part in the parade.
Diamond Jade walked down Main Street.
Members of Newberry County 4-H brought some cows — albeit wooden cows — to accompany them during the parade.
This grandma did not get run over by a reindeer.
Say hello to the elf.
Riding down Main Street in style.
Sheriff Lee Foster and his family took part in the parade.