The Sertoma July 4th parades have become a signature event in Georgetown and Round Rock. With more than 24,000 combined spectators made up of residents and visitors from all over Williamson County and beyond; the events boast of hometown goodness. This year’s parades featured giant helium inflatables and marching bands as well as plenty of scouts, cowboys and elected officials.
Onlookers of all ages fanned themselves in the near-triple-digit heat to celebrate independence and cheer for the Home Town Parades; once again proving no matter how big we get or how quickly we grow, Williamson still has small town charm. All of the parade festivities finished up before the rain arrived mid-afternoon and fireworks displays went on as planned, even if a little soggy on the ground.
Sertoma is a service organization with chapters across the nation working to improve lives, particularly those whose lives are impacted by hearing loss. Their leadership alumni sponsor the annual parades and other free events for the community, capped off by fabulous fireworks across the county.