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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – In boating, what does a PFD stand for?

 

2 – Over 4,000 teddy bears were tossed and donated at a recent Sting game.  After whom is the Teddy Bear named?

 

3 – What landmark in Athens honours the Greek goddess Athena and means “place of the virgin”?

 

4 – How did Sarnians Dave Pirt, Rick Smith, Dave Howson and Joe VanDinther raise over $2,000 for St. Joseph’s Hospice last summer?

 

5 – Which Monty Python stage musical tells of the legendary King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table?

 

6 – Next year’s municipal election will see Sarnia move to what new form of voting?

 

7 – In 1492, en route to the New World, Columbus reported compass anomalies and dancing lights in what part of the Atlantic?

 

8 – Toucan Sam is the mascot or ad character for what breakfast cereal?

Cheerios           Fruit Loops         Sugar Crisps

 

9 – Lloydminster is the only city in Canada bordering two provinces.  Which two?

 

10 – What were Frosty the Snowman’s last words?

 

– Tom St. Amand

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Personal Floatation Device; 2 – President Teddy Roosevelt; 3 – Parthenon; 4 – A bike-a-thon; 5 – Spamalot; 6 – Electronic, or eVoting; 7 – Bermuda Triangle; 8 – Fruit Loops; 9 – Saskatchewan and Alberta; 10 – “I’ll be back again someday.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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