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The Sarnia Journal Trivia Challenge


1. Nicolai Anderson recently received this year's Community Living Sarnia-Lambton Hero Award for volunteering to teach Sarnia’s Gene Davidson how to play what sport?’

2. The median sale price of the over 160 homes sold in Sarnia in May was just under a) $400,000 b) $500,000 c) $600,000

3. Congratulations! The prestigious Barbara Rigg-Garbaty Award of Distinction was recently given to Alexa Kzyonsek for her prowess in what sport?

4. Habitat for Humanity recently completed its 77th and 78th homes for two families on what city street? a) Emma Street b) Milton Street c) Margaret Street

5. On Sunday, July 14, the proceeds from an afternoon tour of what type of sites in Sarnia will support Nightlight, an adult drop-in centre?

6. The largest number of students in Lambton College’s history graduated last month. How many students? a) 1,900 b) 2,200 c) 2,700

7. Congratulations to Aamjiwnaang’s Serena Nahmabin who will be vying for what title later this month in Ohsweken, Ontario?

8. On Saturday, July 27, at Canatara Park, a 5k run or a 2k walk will be held to honour Matt Reddy and Cason King, two deceased students who were a key part of what high school’s running team?

9. On July 12, 1997, the second span of the Bluewater Bridge opened. In what decade was the first span built? A) 1930s B) 1940s C) 1950s

10. After joining NASA in the late 1950s, Sarnian Owen Maynard was instrumental in designing the Lunar Excursion Module (LEM) that was used in what historic mission on July 20, 1969?


(Column #436)


ANSWERS: 1 – Hockey; 2 – 500,000; 3 – Volleyball (Congratulations to Twin Bridges Volleyball Club on its 20th
anniversary); 4 – Emma St; 5 – Garden Tour; 6 –2,700; 7 – Miss Indigenous Canada; 8 – St Christopher Cyclones; 9 –1930's (1938); 10 – First Manned Moon Landing

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