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The Sarnia Journal Trivia Challenge

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1 – What flower is also the name given to part of the eye?

2 – Several students at what public school have recently formed a popular and highly successful “Kindness Club”?

3 – Which chocolate bar has the longtime advertising slogan “Have a Break, Have a ___”?

4 – Congrats! Among her many accomplishments, area resident, Sharon LaPier, has volunteered for 47 years with what sports organization?

5 – Designated lanes through some major cities are called HOV lanes. What do the letters “HOV” stand for?

6 – Which bird is also the brand name of a publishing company?

7 – Which Canadian artist had a hit with the song “Save Your Tears”?

8 – Which northern nation is nicknamed “The Land of Ice and Fire”?

9 – “Galentine’s Day” was invented by Amy Poehler’s character, Leslie Knope, on what popular comedy series?

10 – To date, who is the only person to win an Oscar for portraying a real life Academy Award winner?  a) Cate Blanchett   b) Meryl Streep   c) Paul Newman

– Tom St. Amand (Column #382)


ANSWERS: 1 – Iris; 2 – Errol Road Public School; 3 – Kit Kat; 4 – Moore Skating Club; 5 – High-Occupancy Vehicle; 6 – Penguin; 7 – The Weeknd; 8 – Iceland; 9 – Parks and Recreation; 10 – a) Cate Blanchett (for portraying Katherine Hepburn in “The Aviator”

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