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St. Louis-based AmerenUE and The National Theatre for Children will bring the live theatrical show Boomerang Jack and the Unseen Green Machine to 100 schools across Missouri this fall. Any school in AmerenUE's 57-county Missouri service territory can request the show, which is offered to educators at no charge.

The Boomerang Jack and the Unseen Green Machine show teaches children about conservation and renewable energy.

"We are pleased to again be able to present this fun, exciting production about energy conservation and renewable energy," says AmerenUE president and CEO Tom Voss. "Our kids are one of our most influential audiences."

SOURCE: AmerenUE


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