Photos of 1st Rise Up For Heroes with St. Louis Blues & St. Louis Cardinals

The first “Rise Up For Heroes” event was held on Saturday night, when a six-vehicle caravan, featuring Louie and Fredbird, made its way through St. Louis neighborhoods, a Schnucks and finally ending at Barnes Jewish Hospital, in a show of support for our frontline workers. These “care-avans” will continue throughout the region every other night through Sunday. Check out the photos below and get more info on #RiseUpForHeroes.

The “Rise Up For Heroes” initiative is asking everyone in the St. Louis community to come together, stand together and salute our frontline heroes as one each night at 7 p.m. in neighborhoods and residential areas.

“Whether it is clapping, singing, dancing or whatever you want to do, as long as it’s safe and responsible, we’re asking everyone on all sides of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers to join in raising the volume and clarity of our gratitude,” said Blues captain Alex Pietrangelo. “It’s an honor to partner with the Cardinals to say thanks to the real heroes in our community, and I know St. Louis will answer the bell and make ‘Rise Up For Heroes ’everything it should be.”

Louie and Fredbird, respectively representing the St. Louis Blues and St. Louis Cardinals, will kick off the program by leading a small caravan over several nights to inspire and showcase St. Louis ’collective gratitude for those in the center of the battle. Learn more here.

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