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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 - Harry Shearer, the voice of Mr.
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1 - Harry Shearer, the voice of Mr. Burns and Ned Flanders, announced last week he is leaving what animated show after 26 years?

2 - At the Aamjiwnaang First Nation was the recent grand opening of “Nwebin Wigwaamens,” a gazebo and interpretive centre overlooking what?

3 - First played by Today show weatherman Willard Scott, what iconic fast food mascot made his debut in 1963?

4 - Recently, Economical Insurance and its local broker partner Gamble Insurance donated $20,000 to what organization's Strong Kids Campaign?

5 - Scheduled to open in 2020, the new international bridge connecting Windsor and Detroit will be named after what Canadian sports legend?

6 - George Russell, after whom Russell Street is named, was a 19th century Sarnian known for being a    a) mayor        b) minister        c) brewer          d) postmaster

7 - Which has a higher rank: Duke or Earl?

8 - When its play “Clean House” took top honours at the Theatre Ontario Festival in Oshawa recently, Theatre Sarnia won an award called an

a)   Annie b)   Elsie            c)   Irene           d) Olive

9 - Since 1986, what company has advertised with the slogan “We’ll leave the light on for you”?

10 - Which two letters have the highest point value (10 points) in the game of Scrabble?

- Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 - The Simpsons; 2 - St. Clair River; 3 - Ronald McDonald; 4 – YMCA; 5 - Gordie Howe; 6 – brewer; 7 – Duke; 8 – Elsie; 9 - Motel 6; 10 - Q and Z

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