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On Saturday, May 31st Boston Marathon Winner, Meb Keflezighi showed his support of the "Flat Stanley Project" at the Hall of Champions 2014 Rock n' Roll Shake Out Run! 

About the Flat Stanley Project
The Flat Stanley Project began in 1994 by Dale Hubert in Ontario, Canada. Hubert had the brilliant idea of having children creat their own Flat Stanley paper
 cutouts and mailing them to friends and family around the globe, in order to foster authentic literacy activities for kids and get them excited to write about Stanley's adventures. Hubert invited other teachers to take part by "hosting" Flat Stanley visitors in their classrooms as they arrived in the mail, and encouraging students to keep their own Flat Stanley journals. Jeff Brown, author of the original book, Flat Stanley, was delighted with the Flat Stanley Project. An enormous resurgence of interest in the character of Flat Stanley followed, eventually resulting in a new sequel by Brown, almost 40 years after the original book's publication. Hubert and Brown remained good friends until Jeff's death in 2003. Today, the Flat Stanley Project is a uniquely multi-generational, global literacy activity that engages hundreds of thousands of children on a daily basis. The Project encompasses more than 6000 schools registered in 88 countries around the globe, and is included in the curriculum for more than 15% of elementary schools in the US.

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