Moultrie Observer

Christmas 2012

December 23, 2012

Christmas lights

MOULTRIE — MOULTRIE — The following residents invite the public to drive by and see their holiday light displays:

• The Clyde Sherling Family, 1208 11th Street S.W., Moultrie.

• Eunice Kelly and Ruth Burns, 2572 Bay Rocky Ford Road, Moultrie.

• Larry and Peggy Byrd, 138 L.B. Nevills Road, Moultrie.

• Major and Ginger Adderton, 1603 Lower Meigs Road, Moultrie.

• Barbara May and Wesley Pope, 566 Annie McGee Road, Moultrie.

• The Valega Family, 186 Shady Grove Road, Moultrie.

If you’d like to add your display to the list, contact HomeStyle coordinator Adelia Ladson at or (229) 985-4545 ext. 1722.

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