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Preparations underway for Moultrie Christmas parade

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MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) -

Preparations are underway for the Moultrie Christmas parade tonight.  

70 floats from different organizations are putting the finishing touches on their decorations. The parade will begin at First Presbyterian Church on 1st St SE and end at Dominos on South Main St. Organizers say the parade has a lot to offer for those in attendance.  

"Merchants will be open til six so we invite everybody to come out and shop. Even if you can't come tonight, come back, visit our stores, we just have a lot to offer here in downtown Moultrie," said Tina Coleman.  

The parade starts at six p.m.

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