‘The Thread’ – Adam Wainwright talks about giving back

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - The Thread is a show that sews the St. Louis community together one story at a time. Tim Ezell and Virginia Kerr take you on a ride through area neighborhoods, shops and restaurants.

This week the crew heads to the Central West End to get some feedback about the new show. They even did some "Team Building" at the Escape Room.

What is Adam Wainwright really like? Take a ride with him to see what it is like to live life as a St. Louis Cardinal. He talks about what it means to have a positive impact on a community.

"It is all about helping the human race come together as one. For me, you know, I do that because I serve our lord in heaven. Jesus has bestowed me with so many blessings. Even if he had not it would still be placed upon me to go out and make an impact for the kingdom."

Then Ted Drewes of the famous Custard stand shows Tim an Virginia how to make a concrete.

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