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(Memphis) Police officers spent the cold Saturday outside, helping a Memphis grandfather get ready for the holidays.

Every year for the last 22 years Clayton Warling decorates his Berclair home for Christmas.

His Durbin Avenue yard is like no other.

This year a Ferris wheel, a carousel, even a roller coaster driven by Santa will be out front.

Warling says he does it all for the kids.

“What about your MLGW bill during this time of year?” asked WREG’s Elise Preston.

“Oh it’s not fun! Not fun!” replied Warling.

But as much as he loves spreading holiday cheer, Warling says he’s gotten too old to run around and do everything by himself.

So he tried to stop the tradition, but Memphis police officers who patrol his neighborhood wouldn’t let him.

“They said you are going to continue doing this,” said Warling.

They are helping him do just that, Memphis officers spent the weekend volunteering at the house.

“There is no words for it, it really is great,” expressed Warling.

Five-year-old Brycen Gardner can’t lift anything heavy, but he’s here to help. Last year he and his mom drove by the house.

“I saw the train tracks and some Christmas lights and the reindeers on the roof with a Santa in there,” recalled Brycen.

Brycen’s mom works for the Memphis Police Association.

She says it’s important for her son to see people helping others.

“We see everything on the news pertaining to our officers and I want to show him that people do care,” said Chassidy Gardner

Walring and his family say they couldn’t be happier for the help, so they can keep spreading holiday cheer to kids just like Brycen.

“It’s pretty awesome,” said Brycen.

The decorations will stay up through Christmas then Memphis officers will return to take them down.