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It's not too late to see the beautiful Christmas decorations in many South Georgia neighborhoods.

The display is an annual tradition for the Williams family on St. Clair Drive off Philema Road.

It includes tens of thousands of lights, all synchronized to music.

Visitors drive up, tune their radios to 88.3 FM and enjoy quite a show.

"We really like how the lights coordinate with the music and for us it creates the spirit of Christmas," said Reshma Kakkar.

The Kakkar family travels to South Georgia from Atlanta each year, and they make sure that their daughter gets to see the house.

They say it's a great family Christmas tradition.

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