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The Engine That Thought It Could” set for Dec. 1

Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield is hosting a special showing of “The Engine That Thought It Could” at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 1, at the Arkansas Arts Center’s Children’s Theatre. BlueAnn Ewe, Arkansas Blue Cross’ health ambassador (a six-foot-tall blue sheep character/mascot) will be greeting theater-goers and distributing free coloring books and lip balm.

Stop by ArkansasBlue in Little Rock or Pine Bluff to pick up free play tickets (while supplies last) for the Dec. 1 showing. Quantities are limited. Visit arkbluecross.com for ArkansasBlue store locations.

“We are excited to be a corporate sponsor of the Arkansas Arts Center and this special showing,” said Sara Harris, ArkansasBlue team lead. “It is a great opportunity for families to spend the afternoon together. At ArkansasBlue, we like to promote family-friendly activities and giving back to the communities we serve is part of the Arkansas Blue Cross mission.”

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