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Annual Christmas parade returns to Bell Blvd.

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In front of the Bayside LIRR station, the crowd jams into 41st Street to hear kids from around the district sing carols at the end of the Bayside Christmas Parade down Bell Boulevard.
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One of several Santas is chauffeured down Bell Boulevard during the Bayside Christmas Parade.
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The littlest cheerleaders from Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrement school on 203rd Street have something to shake their pom-poms about. Santa is riding in a truck right behind them.
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Under rainy skies, the annual parade kicks off on Bell Boulevard with the NYPD Marching Band.
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U.S. Rep. Grace Meng brings her niece to the parade.
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Kids from PS 41 rush to catch up to their classmates.
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Watching the parade go by, a shopper keeps her dog calm during all the tumult.
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Rockin' around the Christmas tree just before the lights go on.
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Peter Vallone (c.), the former City Council president and father of Bayside Council member Paul Vallone, is in the crowd with his wife and grandson.

Just like the Macy’s parade, Santa came to town at the end of the Bayside Kids Christmas parade last Sunday.

Children from half a dozen schools — not to mention the Bayside Little League, Whitepoint football league, the Queens Dance Project and the Girl Scouts — marched down Bell Boulevard to the LIRR station on 41st Avenue for caroling and a tree-lighting ceremony at dusk.

Updated 12:32 am, July 10, 2018
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