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November 17, 2008

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) - Wild Adventures Festival of Lights is just the place for those already in the Christmas spirit.  

Park workers have been preparing for the event since August. More than two million lights, a live nativity, and four of Santa's reindeer will greet park visitors who can't wait until Christmas to celebrate.

"The family can come out and make their own smores," says Micha Froehlich of Wild Adventures. "They can see Rudolph, santa's live reindeer. We have Dasher, Dancer, Prancer and Vixon. There are a lot of thing at the park.

 The Festival of Lights began last week and will continue throughout the holiday season.

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