Konner Raines, 11, loves to see people having fun. That's what he was most enjoying during the Christmas parade.
"I'm most looking forward to people having fun and enjoying what God has given us to do today," Konner said at the parade.
Cadence Bailey is a shy four-year-old, but she's not bashful about showing her Christmas spirit.
"My favorite part of Christmas is getting presents," Cadence said.
Caroline Robertson, Executive Director of Greer Relief, announced the Christmas Parade winning entries.
Thousands of people attended the parade on a sunny, cool afternoon. Lonnie “Gee” McGee returned from his new residence in Clinton and joined more than 90 units and Santa Claus traveling the little more than one-mile rout.
Lillian Owens celebrated her fifth birthday on Sunday at the Greer Christmas parade and she is already bursting with holiday spirit.
"I like the (Christmas) lights," said Lillian.
The Greer Christmas Parade put an exclamation point on the weekend’s Christ in Greer activities.
“We had perfect weather, people came out early which was great, we had a larger group (92) of entries and Santa was feeling good this year speaking and walking with the crowd, Caroline Robertson, Executive Director of Greer Relief, and the organizing non-profit for the third consecutive year.
More than 90 entries have been announced for Sunday's Greer Christmas Parade.
The star of the annual parade, titled An International Christmas, is typically Santa Claus. Santa will have some extra help this year.
Lonnie “Gee” McGee will be at the parade taking his usual place leading the Greer High School Marching Band.