Police Chief Dan Reynolds is the grand marshal for the Greer Christmas Parade.
Greer Police Chief Dan Reynolds is the grand marshal for Sunday’s Christmas Parade.
Reynolds and his wife, Dawn, will lead the parade through downtown Greer at 2:30 p.m.
Reynolds was appointed the City of Greer Chief of Police in February 2005 after serving for more than 30 years with the Savannah (Ga.) Police Department.
Reynolds has been an advocate of community-oriented policing and problem solving between Greer neighborhoods and his department. He also participates on several boards and advisory groups in the community, including the Greer Relief Board of Directors where he also served as President.
Reynolds will retire in March next year.
The Greer Christmas Parade “A Vintage Christmas” will feature more than 75 parade units including numerous businesses, clubs, organizations, churches, schools, dignitaries, and two marching bands.
Santa Claus will be the featured guest of the parade.
Judging this year’s parade is Greer Relief Board of Directors President Scott Harke, Leadership Greer Representative, Jennifer Polson from BNC, and Community Partner, Cory Culp from AFL.