Williamson County's Tree of Angels - A Light of Hope for Victims of Violence in Georgetown's Heartfelt Tribute

Williamson County's Tree of Angels - A Light of Hope for Victims of Violence in Georgetown's Heartfelt TributeSource: Google Street View
Matt Mitchell
Published on November 30, 2023

In a heartfelt tribute to those touched by tragedy, Williamson County is ready to light up the season with more than just festive bulbs—they're illuminating the lives of violent crime victims with their 11th Annual Tree of Angels ceremony.

Mark your calendars for December 5 at 6 p.m., because the courthouse doors are opening wide for a somber yet soul-stirring affair, inviting the public to partake in an emotionally charged holiday tradition that fosters remembrance and healing, with no RSVP needed to attend the event, as stated in Wilcotx.

Set to unfold within the storied walls of the 26th District Courtroom at the Williamson County Historic Courthouse, located at a place you might want to GPS—710 S. Main St. in Georgetown—the event extends a warm, inclusive invitation to families, friends, and survivors who've navigated the rough seas of loss due to violent crimes; they're all welcomed here to share in this ceremony of light and hope.

Questions are natural, emotions might run high, and the Williamson County District Attorney’s Office is standing by to field both—they can be reached at (512) 943-1234 as per Wilcotx.