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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – Tinnitus affects which of the senses?

2 – Drive carefully: From January to September 2015, which Sarnia intersection was the site of the most motor vehicle collisions?

3 – In which country would you find The Hermitage Museum?

4 – Sarnia-born David Greene, who attended Rosedale School and Northern Collegiate, is now an acclaimed what in the world of movies and television?

5 – At night, what colour of light is shown on the starboard side of a ship?

6 – What local organization of volunteers donates $1,000 a month to fund creative community-oriented ideas?    

7 – Fe and Cu are the symbols for what two elements on The Periodic Table?

8 – Sarnia-born Stephen Williams portrays what NHL player in a current TV commercial for Powerade?

9 – A few weeks ago, a 37-metre (120-foot) high gold-plated statue of what deceased leader was removed only days after it was erected in a poor part of China?

10 – Charles Schultz, the founder of Peanuts, said one of his character’s names was created when he noticed a dish of candy sitting on his desk?

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – Hearing; 2 – Indian Road North and Exmouth Street (16 collisions) 3 – Russia; 4 – Photographer/cinematographer; 5 – Green; 6 – Sarnia Awesome Foundation; 7 – Iron and Copper; 8 – Steven Stamkos; 9 – Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung/Chairman Mao); 10 – Peppermint Patty













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