Village in a window becomes Folkston Christmas tradition

Roger Giddens’ zeal for collecting may have become a Christmas tradition for Folkston.

The 75 ceramic buildings, 200 trees, 150 people and a train outgrew the former display area in the office of Giddens’ wife, Elaine, so they moved it last year to a bigger and more visible spot, the big window at Whistlin’ Dixie, a restaurant and gift shop on Main Street in Folkston.

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