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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – Wonder Woman of comic fame belongs to what group of strong, fearless women from Greek mythology?

2 – In what three local public locations will surveillance cameras be set up to deter crime and vandalism?  (get all three

for two points)

3 – What annual sporting event was recently held at Roland Garros Stadium?

4 – In what track event did Abbey LeBlanc from Alexander Mackenzie recently win a bronze medal at the OFSAA West Regional finals?

5 – Utah, Omaha, Sword, Juno and Gold all relate to which World War II event?

6 – Since 2012, Sarnia teen Kelsey Clark has helped raise thousands of dollars through the Relay for Life event for what agency?

7 – What fabric used for jeans takes its name from the French city of Nimes?

8 – In what African country has a team from Lambton College set up a successful manufacturing centre that produces Hippy Peanut Butter?

9 – Who was the “Mad Monk” of Russian history?

10 – What is the first name of Captain Sullenberger aka “Sully” whose quick thinking saved 155 people when he landed his plane on the Hudson River in 2009?

– Tom St. Amand (column # 143)


ANSWERS: 1 – Amazons; 2 – Canatara Park; Centennial Park; downtown Sarnia Library branch; 3 – French Open Tennis Championship; 4 – 200 Metre Dash Wheelchair; 5 – D Day; 6 – Canadian Cancer Society; 7 – Denim; 8 – Zambia; 9 – Rasputin; 10 – Chesley












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