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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – In what country did reggae music originate?

2 – Corunna resident Derek Drouin earned a gold medal at the Canadian National Track and Field Championship in Edmonton recently in what event?

3 – German, French, Italian and Romansh are the four native languages of what European country?

4 – What local park will be the site of the Firefit Challenge this weekend?

5 – After giving Adam a belly button on his Sistine Chapel masterpiece, what painter was called a heretic?

6 – The Organization of Literacy in Sarnia recently received 500 books from what Sarnia Service Club that has been helping Sarnians since 1932?

7 – According to Disney, of Snow White’s seven dwarfs who were the only two whose names did not end in “y”?

8 – Sarnia’s Owen Maynard at NASA was largely responsible for designing the Lunar Module from which Neil Armstrong first stepped on the moon on July 20th of what year?

9 – Still with space:  For practical purposes, why do the inside of astronauts’ helmets contain a small piece of Velcro?

10 – What is heavier? Pure gold or pure silver

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – Jamaica, 2 – High Jump; 3 – Switzerland; 4 – Point Edward Waterfront Park; 5 – Michelangelo; 6 – Sarnia Lions Club; 7 – Doc, Bashful; 8 – 1969; 9 – To use to scratch their noses; 10 – Pure Gold









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