Sheriff Lee Foster represented the Newberry County Sheriff’s Department.
Junior Harrington is proud to have served his country and represented veterans of past and present in the parade.
Newberry High School’s Color Guard and marching band walked downtown Main Street.
The Youth of Tomorrow Mass Choir of Old Beaver Dam Church took part in the parade.
The Newberry Fire Department made its way down Main Street with one of its firetrucks.
Newberry College’s cheer and dance teams also helped celebrate Veteran’s Day.
How often does Newberry get to see a ride like this go down Main Street?
Eugene Wilson Sr. American Legion Auxiliary Post 219; Commander Eugene Wilson Jr.
Kathy W. Talbot, a member of the U.S. Navy Nurse Corps, took part in the parade.
Navy veteran Jim Matuszak, left, takes a break with Henry Brooks, second from left, Russell Franklin, second from the right, and Landen York.
The Mid-Carolina Rebel Regiment played its way through downtown Newberry.
A salute from Rep. Walt McLeod to Newberry County.
Groucho’s Deli of Newberry thanks its veterans for all of their sacrifices.
Mid-Carolina High School’s marching band gave thanks to its veterans as they made their way downtown.
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 24 took part in the Veterans Day parade.
Mayor Foster Senn walked downtown and thanked the public for coming out to honor veterans.
Flags were handed to parade attendees to wave as the veterans went by.
Rep. Walt McLeod was all smiles on Saturday.