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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

December 26, 2008

LEE COUNTY, GA (WALB) - Even though Christmas is over, it's not too late to enjoy some amazing Christmas displays.

The Fratino home on Silver Leaf Drive in Lee county was all lights.

Tom Fratino and his son put up thousands of lights and synchronized them to music. Both the front and back yards are decked out with Christmas decorations.

The family also teamed up with the salvation army to collect donations from visitors.

"I've been working on it every weekend and programming ever night until 10 or 11 at night some nights until two in the morning I've got a total of ten songs done, and 172 circuits out here now," said Tom Fratino, Homeowner.

Saturday is the last day to catch the display on Silver Leaf drive.

The lights will be on from six to midnight.

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