The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – Which variety of hard green-skinned apple is named after an Australian woman who died in 1870?

 

2 – This fall, the former Tepperman’s store at Lambton Mall will be opened as a training centre for what local group?

 

3 – In what year did several countries boycott the Summer Olympics because of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan?

 

4 – Since November 2015, how much money has Jackpot Bingo raised for several local charities and non-profit organizations?

 

5 – TV:  What fictional family lives on Evergreen Terrace in Springfield?

 

6 – True or False:  Lightning never strikes in the same place twice.

 

7 – The very popular music video “Gangham Style” is based on an area of what famous Asian city?

 

8 – Shield, dome and composite are types of . . . hiking boots, carburetors, cutlery, volcanoes?

 

9 – In the days of the old west, what was a Conestoga?

 

10 – Name one of the two Canadian provinces that border the state of Maine?

 

– Tom St. Amand (column #241)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Granny Smith; 2 – Sarnia Police; 3 – 1980; 4 – $5 million; 5 – The Simpsons; 6 – False; 7 – Seoul, South Korea; 8 – Volcanoes; 9 – A covered wagon; 10 – New Brunswick, Quebec.