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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1- Essential for the digestion of fats, bile is produced in what body organ

2 – High school students Emily Fraser, Brianne Ferguson and Kendra Hock were the top three winners at what recent local competition?

3 – The late renowned mathematician, John Nash, was the subject of what 2001 film starring Russell Crowe?

4- In lieu of an opening prayer, Sarnia Council is opening its meetings with what?

5- The eggs of what fish are used to produce caviar?

6 -hat was our community called prior to 1836, when it became known as Port Sarnia?

7 – Despite its short name, what is the longest river in Italy, flowing eastward approximately 640 kilometres from the Alps to the Adriatic?

8 – The Right Reverend Gary Paterson will be a guest speaker at Central United Church on June 10 to help celebrate what anniversary of the United Church of Canada?

9 – What term did James Watt devise when he discovered that a strong horse could raise a weight of 150 pounds four feet in one second?

10 -What does the Q stand for in Q-Tip?

– Tom St. Amand


ANSWERS: 1 – Liver; 2 – Lambton County Student Art Show; 3 – A Beautiful Mind; 4 – A moment of silence; 5 – Sturgeon; 6 – The Rapids (or Les Chutes) 7 – Po; 8 – 90th Anniversary; 9 – Horse Power; 10 – Quality











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