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Come enjoy a Xmas light show

A Dietz family Christmas invitation:

The Dietz family warmly invites you to come by our house in the Highgrove subdivision to enjoy the sights and sounds of Christmas.

With 36,000 dancing, flashing, and twinkling lights drawing 120-plus amps and connected to over half-a-mile of extension cords, you are sure to enjoy this year’s show.

The show runs nightly from 6-10 p.m. through Dec. 28.

On cold nights, you can listen in the comfort and warmth of your own car by tuning your FM stereo to 99.1, or you can come on your golf cart when the evenings are pleasant.

For optimum viewing and as a courtesy to others, please turn off your headlights.

Please don’t forget to bring some non-perishable foods to donate to a local charity, Real Life Center, serving needy families in the Fayette and Coweta County area.

The Dietz family
205 Cottonmill Court
Fayetteville, Ga.

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