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CORDELE, GA (WALB) -

It's not every day you see a cow dressed up like Santa Claus. A Christmas cow was just part of the holiday fun at the Chick fil A in Cordele Thursday night.     

Santa and one of his elves were there to take pictures with kids. The owners say they often put on special community events for their customers to enjoy.

"It feels very good we want to make sure that we show our love and support to the family during this month, and not just the month of December but every month," said Chrisy Duke, store employee.       

Kids also made Christmas ornaments they could take home and hang on their trees.

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