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March 25, 2002:
Drawing of a made up Wilma Rudolph IMA Hero™ Bear with her 3 Gold Medals from the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome. The Olympic Rings are her emblem. Can you create an IMA Hero™ Bear?
>>Submit your IMA Hero™ Bear
>>Browse the Wilma Rudolph's Books
>>More Wilma Rudolph's Links

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March 18, 2002:
Galileo, the IMA Hero™ Bear, stands in front of Galileo, the spacecraft, along with his new friend and JPL engineer at the 2001 JPL Open House in Pasadena, California. Mark your calendars -- the 2002 JPL Open House will be held on May 18 & 19. We'll see you there!
>>Visit The Christopher & Galileo JPL Photo Gallery!
>>View photos of Galileo

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March 11, 2002:
Take a Ride with History and a Basket-o-Bears!!!
>>View photos of the IMA Hero™ Bears
>>Browse our Online Store

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February 25, 2002:
As Head of Media Relations for the Hero Clubhouse™, Bard of Avon travels to Olympia, Greece, to discover where the Olympic Flame is lit. The lighting of the Olympic Flame dates back to the Ancient Olympic Games which were first documented around 824 BC. These games were played every four years from 776 BC to 394 AD.
Did you know the warring city-states laid down their weapons so the athletes could compete in peace in the Ancient Olympic Games?
The events of the Ancient Olympic Games included foot races (stadion, diaulos, and dolichos), the pentathlon (a five contest event with discus, javelin, long jump, wrestling, and a foot race), wrestling, boxing, pankration (a combination of wrestling and boxing), and chariot races.
Did you know the first recorded winner was Koroibos? He won the stadion race -- a 600 foot long foot race.
>>Take a Photo Tour of Ancient Olympia
>>Read The Real Story of Ancient Olympic Games
>>Browse the Olympic Games Bookstore
>>More Olympic Games Links

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February 18, 2002:
Abe is popping up all over Washington, D.C. He even sneaked his head into this artistic picture of the Washington Monument. The Washington Monument is a 555-feet obelisk honoring George Washington, the first President of the United States. Did you know if you are standing at the Washington Monument, you can see the Lincoln Memorial to the west, the White House to the north, the U.S. Capitol to the east, and the Jefferson Memorial to the south?
>>View Abe's Photos
>>Read about Abe
>>Read about the times in which Abe lived
>>Browse Abe's Books

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February 11, 2002:
The IMA Hero™ inventors -- Alva and Ben -- get together for a brainstorming session for upcoming issues of the Hero Clubhouse™. As the Head of Research & Development and as the Director of Membership, Alva and Ben are usually hard at work putting out Hero Clubhouse™ Newsletters every week.
>>Read more about Alva's Hero Clubhouse™ duties
>>Read more about Ben's Hero Clubhouse™ duties
>>Join the Hero Clubhouse™ Today

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February 4, 2002:

Sacagawea and Author Mary W. Schaller take a break from the PAPA WAS A BOY IN GRAY Book Tour to visit the United States Olympic Training Center. It is located deep in the Adirondack Mountains in Lake Placid, New York. Did you know Lake Placid hosted the 1932 and 1980 Olympic Winter Games?
>>Read about Sacagawea's trip to Lake Placid
>>Read about the PAPA WAS A BOY IN GRAY Book Tour
>>Browse the Olympic Games Bookstore
>>More Olympic Games Links

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January 28, 2002:
The IMA Hero™ Bears enjoyed a wonderful holiday season, and they are looking forward to a New Year! They spent their holiday surrounded by family and friends. One of their favorite holiday decorations is this musical and festive snow globe. What is your favorite holiday decoration?
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January 21, 2002:
Abe visits the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. The Lincoln Memorial was the site of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream" speech delivered on August 28, 1963, during the March on Washington. Did you know the March on Washington was the largest Civil Rights demonstration?
>>Read Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech
>>Read about Martin Luther King, Jr.
>>Browse Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Bookstore

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January 14, 2002:
Study break for Ben! Ben spent the day at an elementary school library reading with children. His favorite book was about Ben Franklin. What is your favorite book?
>>Read about Ben Franklin
>>Read about the times in which Ben Franklin lived
>>Browse Ben's Bookstore

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