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Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – In what city did the Rubbles and the Flintstones live?

2 – Sarnians Brian and June DeWagner started the popular Janie/Jimmy Twohander Programs for girls and boys wishing to play what sport?

3 – Not only did he write the Sherlock Holmes mysteries, but what author also introduced steel helmets into the army and cross-country skiing to Switzerland?

4 – The local chapter of the Canadian Red Cross is looking for monetary donations to assist the earthquake victims in what South American country?

5 – The word “vaccine” comes from the Latin word for what animal?

6 – What local high school hopes to raise $25,000 to create a Snoezelen Room, which is designed to encourage students with Autism and other disabilities to communicate?

7 – The title of which Neil Diamond hit single was partially inspired by the daughter of President John F. Kennedy?

8 – Lambton College will be assisting in the research and development of an environmentally friendly washing machine that is powered by what?

9 – The first U.S. Marines wore high leather collars to protect their necks from sabres–hence the creation of what nickname for the Marines?

10 – After this 1952 western classic, starring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly, lost for Best Picture at the Oscars, critics called it one of the “biggest mistakes in Oscar history.” What western?

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – Bedrock; 2 – Lacrosse; 3 – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; 4 – Ecuador; 5 – Cow; 6 – St. Patrick’s High School; 7 – Sweet Caroline; 8 – Foot power; 9 – Leathernecks; 10 – High Noon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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