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Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – What does a philatelist collect?

2 – For over six decades, Dorothy Dunne has done what at the Bethel Pentecostal Church?

3 – Counting this year, how many years have customers been enjoying the “Roll Up the Rim” feature at Tim Hortons?

4 – The 80-megawatt Sarnia Solar Farm owned by Enbridge generates enough clean, renewable energy to meet the needs of how many homes?

A.    5,100 homes                       B.     9,300 homes                      C.     12,800 homes

5 – Zane Gray is best known for what genre of fictional literature?

6 – Sarnia businessman and philanthropist John Rozema recently donated $1.2 million to what local agency?

7 – On March 7th of what decade did Alexander Graham Bell receive a patent for his revolutionary new invention–the telephone? (3 points if you have the year correct)

8 – What multi-genre convention, with an emphasis on comic books, games and cosplay, will be held at the Holiday Inn this Sunday?

9 – In medical terminology, what does the abbreviation p. r. n. mean?

10 – Which U.S. state shares the longest border with a foreign country?

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – Stamps; 2 – Played the organ (started in 1955); 3 – 30 years; 4 – C. 12,800 homes; 5 – Westerns; 6 – Sarnia Community Foundation; 7 – 1870s (1876); 8 – Sarnia Pop Culture Show; 9 – As needed; 10 – Alaska with Canada (2,600 kms)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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