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Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – Which legendary jazz musician was known as “Satchmo”?

2 – Sarnia-raised Karen Kilbride was in the news recently for doing what?

3 – Which nurse was nicknamed “The Lady with the Lamp” by her patients?

4 – What organization’s annual event called the “Wooly Toss” donated more than 880 hats, mitts, and socks to community agencies this year?

5 – Where can Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto be found?

6 – What company has donated $2 million to Lambton College, money to be used to help fund a brand new health and research centre on campus?

7 – In 1939, the Yankees retired his number (# 4) and, in doing so, what player became the first player in any sport to have his jersey number retired?

8 – A slam dunk! In women’s basketball, what record did Sarnia’s Riley Williams set earlier this month with the Lambton Lions?

9 – What gas is commonly called “marsh gas”?

10 – To date, who is the only Oscar ever to win an Oscar?

– Tom St. Amand


ANSWERS: 1 – Louie Armstrong; 2 – Publishing her first novel (Dead Weight); 3 – Florence Nightingale; 4 – Sarnia Legionnaires; 5 – Orbiting Jupiter (They are its four largest moons); 6 – Nova Chemicals; 7 -Lou Gehrig; 8 – All Time Women’s Scoring Leader with the Ontario College Athletics Association (1,179 points and counting); 9 – Methane; 10 – Oscar Hammerstein
















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