Local vendors sell custom bean bag toys at Christmas in Lithia. Photo Credit: Karleigh Jiles

Lithia Springs High School hosted their 32nd Annual “Christmas in Lithia” event over the weekend, hosting over 170 vendors as well as plenty of food from local restaurants and vendors such as Hudson’s BBQ and A&D Pork Skins.

The event is held yearly and all proceeds go to Lithia Springs High School.  Many arts and crafts vendors attended, and there were plenty of activities for the kids like ornament creation and face painting as well.  Santa was also present, along with performances by the Lithia Springs High School Chorus.

According to the Christmas in Lithia website “Christmas in Lithia opened its doors for the first time in 1985 and has been the kickoff to Douglas County’s holiday season ever since.  Started as a fundraiser for the PTSA, the show has grown over the years to be a valuable resource for many organizations at Lithia Springs High School and provides supplies and resources annually to the school’s teachers and students.” 


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Jonathan Jiles was born and raised in Lithia Springs, Georgia. After his graduation from Lithia Springs high school he furthered his education at Jacksonville State University then at Liberty University.  Jonathan has a passion for community action and has a history of championing issues he is passionate about.  Jonathan currently lives in Villa Rica, Georgia with his family.

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