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December 13, 2011, Win a Delicious Prize Package from Great Harvest Bread in Greenville, SC

Trivia Question for December 13, 2011: (Must answer via email by 8:00AM, Wednesday, December 14, 2011.  Please include mailing address with entry.)

Next year would be the 110th birthday of the first African American woman from South Carolina to become a published author.  Who was she?

This week's winner will receive a delicious prize package from Great Harvest Bread Company in Greenville, SC. www.carolinabreadheads.com

Last week's answer:

The author who wrote the famous story about George Washington cutting down the cherry tree was Mason L. "Parson" Weems, who died in Beaufort, SC in 1825.


December 6, 2011 Win A Prize From Charleston Cookie

Trivia Question for December 6, 2011: (Must answer via email by 8:00AM, Wednesday, December 7, 2011.  Please include mailing address with entry.)

A famous writer, known for being the first to write the story of George Washington cutting down the cherry tree, also died in South Carolina.  Name that author and where he or she died.

This week's winner will receive a delicious prize package from www.charlestoncookie.com

Last week's answer:

Joseph Pulitzer, of Pulitzer Prize fame, died on his yacht in 1911 in Charleston harbor.


November 29, 2011 Win Book: The Truth About Money by Ric Edelman

Trivia Question for November 29, 2011: (Must answer via email by 8:00AM, Wednesday, November 30, 2011)

100 years ago a famous Hungarian-American journalist died in SC and since then became a household name.  Who was this journalist and where did he or she die?

This week's winner will receive the latest edition of the NY Times bestselling book: The Truth About Money, a personal finance classic by Ric Edelman.

Last week's answer:

No question last week.


November 22, 2011:  No Question This Week

No Question for November 22, 2011

Last Week's Answer:

Charleston, SC native Robert Mills designed the Washington Monument, which sustained minor damage during a recent earthquake.


November 15, 2011 Win a Prize From Carasmatic Creations

Answer must be received within 24 hours (by 8am Wed. morning)

This week's question:

Did you know that one our country's landmarks cracked by a recent earthquake was designed by a South Carolina native? Name the landmark, architect, and where he or she was born.  You must include your mailing address in your entry. Only one entry per household.

This week's winner will receive a delicious prize package from www.carasmaticcreations.com, a teacher-student bakery in Sumter, SC.

Last week's answer:

Edgar Allen Poe wrote the short story. The Gold Bug, about buried treasure on South Carolina's Sullivan's Island.


 

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