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Details for Laredo Christmas Parade announced

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The Lights! Camera! Christmas Parade is currently scheduled to take place on Friday, December 9, through the streets of downtown Laredo. The event is expected to kick off at 6 p.m., with KGNS anchor Mindy Casso serving as the Grand Marshall of the parade. The Annual L&F Christmas Parade will return for the 58th year running, the parade organizers announced early Wednesday.
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