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*Media Advisory* Teach Children To Save Day


WHAT: "Teach Children To Save Day," in which volunteers from various financial institutions visit St. Louis-area elementary schools to conduct a 45-minutes lesson for the students on how to save money. As part of the lesson, little green plastic piggy banks, made partly out of recycled U.S. currency, will be given to the students.

WHEN: Wednesday, April 23

WHERE: (see below)

WHO: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

WHY: Americans have a very low rate of savingsremarkably low compared to other industrialized nations. This program is an effort to help turn that around by educating young people about what is involved in being a smart consumer, which includes good saving habits.

School and Address Speaker Time

Assumption Parish
47089 Mattis Road (S. County)
St. Louis, Mo.
Ph. (314) 487-6520

Julie Stackhouse
Senior Vice President

8 a.m. and 10 a.m.

Green Pines (Rockwood Elementary)
16543 Green Pines Dr.
Wildwood, Mo.
Ph. (636) 458-7255

Karl Ashman
Senior Vice President

8:45 a.m.

Ballwin Elementary
400 Jefferson Avenue
Ballwin, Mo.
Ph. (636) 207-2533

David A. Sapenaro
First Vice President

10 a.m.


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