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Give thanks, shine bright… and help give our hungry neighbors nutritious food
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Give thanks, shine bright… and help give our hungry neighbors nutritious food

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Despite the changes around us – when it comes to the holidays, some things never change. Take Thanksgiving for instance. We might be at home but there is still the chance for some of our favorites. Like pumpkin pie, watching football on the couch, holiday online shopping and maybe a nap (or a walk around the block…or maybe both!).

Our friends at Ameren and Christmas in St. Louis are determined to keep another tradition alive and bring moments of joy to the St. Louis region this season by reimagining the Thanksgiving Day Parade. This year it has been rebranded the Ameren Thanksgiving Day Celebration – and we hope you, your friends and families will tune in to watch as they shine a light on regional attractions and important charitable efforts – like the Food4All campaign highlighted below.

TUNE IN TO WATCH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26 from 10 AM to 11 AM CST on Channel 4 KMOV or at www.kmov.com.

The Ameren Thanksgiving Day Celebration will bring you some of the traditional parade entertainment you have enjoyed with us over the years.

Including performances from:

Best Talent and Dance Center

Audri Bartholomew & Dynamic Dance

Belleville East HS Marching Band

moSTLy tap

Professional Dance Center

Northwest HS Marching Band

St. Louis Children’s Choirs

St. Louis Performance Academy

Zoe Vonder Haar and Ben Nordstrom

And more!

Ameren’s Thanksgiving Day Celebration also will kick off a fundraising effort to help meet the need for food security in our region. We implore you to learn more about the St. Louis Area Foodbank and how you can help bring warmth to our hungry neighbors by providing nutritious food.

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