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"Learn that the best you have to offer is who you are, not who you would like to be..." -- John Denver.

John Denver was a singer, songwriter, and environmentalist. His songs include, "Rocky Mountain High," "Take Me Home, Country Roads," and "Grandma's Feather Bed." In 1976, John Denver and Aikido Master Tom Crum founded the Windstar Foundation to promote a holistic approach to addressing environmental concerns. The Windstar Foundation recognizes and demonstrates each of us is part of, and responsible for, the quality of life on planet Earth.

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The IMA Hero™ Bears vacation at Disneyland in California, and relax with their good friend Mickey Mouse outside of the Disneyland Hotel. Here is a list of the favorite rides and attractions of the IMA Hero™ Bears:

Abe -- Mr. Lincoln
Alva -- Toontown
Bard of Avon -- Tea Cups
Ben -- It's a A Small World
Christopher -- Splash Mountain
Florence -- Peter Pan
Galileo -- Space Mountain
King Hal -- Sleeping Beauty's Castle
Robert E. -- Frontier Land
Sacagawea -- Rivers of America
Ulysses -- Thunder Mountain
Wolfgang -- The Electrical Parade

What is your favorite ride?

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Leonardo da Vinci for Kids: His Life & Ideas
Read all about Leonardo da Vinci as a painter, sculptor, inventor, engineer, and much more. Did you know da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa? Did you know he invented the ideas for a bicycle, airplane, and diving suit? This is a fantastic book for learning about Leonardo da Vinci. You can also make a map, sketch animals, and try mirror writing!

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Question:
Where was Martin Luther King, Jr. born?

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Did you know the President of the United States is also known as the chief executive?

Yes. The president is the head of the executive branch and is known as the chief executive. The president serves a four-year term. In 1951, the XXII Amendment of the U.S. Constitution was ratified which states a person can only serve two terms as president. This is known as term limits.


George Washington was the First President of the United States.

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Mom. How do you define hero? Many people have different definitions, but my definition of hero is one word, Mom. Helping when things are happy and when things are sad. She is always there. First of all, my mom is caring. Though sometimes we get in disagreements, we always get through. When I'm hurt she helps any way she can. When I have something to do, she always helps. Also my mom is a hard worker. She does her job well, and gets things done when they need to be done. She is never late, and she never gives up. She is also out going. She is always smiling on stage, like it's the happiest day of her life. She is brave, going to different places she has never been before. Being caring, a hard worker, and out going, I would consider her a hero.

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Question:
What is the Hero Clubhouse™? (Max from Glendale)

Answer:
The Hero Clubhouse™ is the Official Online Newsletter of the IMA Hero™ Collection. Your membership in the Hero Clubhouse™ is FREE and VOLUNTARY. As a member, you will receive Newsletters, Quick Notes, and "Find Outs" written exclusively of its members, by its members, and for its members. Join Today and receive a 25% OFF Coupon!

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Question:
Where was Martin Luther King, Jr. born?

Answer:
Atlanta, Georgia.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on January 15, 1929. He was the second of three children. King was one of the greatest Civil Rights leaders during the 1950's and 1960's. Four days after King was assassinated on April 4, 1968, legislation was introduced providing for a Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday. In 1983, the bill was signed establishing the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday, and it was first observed on January 20, 1986. Did you know the King Holiday is celebrated on the 3rd Monday of every January?

Martin Luther King, Jr.

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