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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – Albacore and skipjack are types of what?

2 – The opening night at Sarnia’s Kenwick Terrace in January, 1943 featured “Satchmo,” a trumpet player whose real name was what?

3 – What does it mean if you are a “persona non grata”?

4 – This spring, Sarnia’s Jamie Fraser helped his team, the Vienna Capitals, win the Austrian Championship in what sport?

5 – Eggs Benedict is covered with what type of sauce?

6 – Congratulations!  Mabel Higgins, Helen Lomax, Carolyn Luciani, Cynthia McColeman and Lynn Sproviero are this year’s deserving winners of what local award?

7 – First published in 1985, what Margaret Atwood dystopian novel is currently on Amazon’s bestseller list?

8 – The new owners of the Bayside Centre plan to convert part of the mall space into what type of suites?

9 – What two creatures in one of Aesop’s fables show the adage “Slow and steady wins the race?”

10 – What is the most abundant mineral in the human body?

– Tom St. Amand (column 139)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Tuna; 2 – Louis Armstrong; 3 – You are unacceptable or unwelcome; 4 – Ice Hockey; 5 – Hollandaise Sauce; 6 – 2017 Women of Excellence Award; 7 – Handmaid’s Tale; 8 – Assisted living suites; 9 – Tortoise and the Hare’ 10 – Calcium.

 

 

 

 

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