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November 8, 2011 Win Four Tickets to the SC Aquarium in Charleston

Question for November 8, 2011 Answer must be received within 24 hours (by 8am Wed. morning):

A very famous author in the 1800's wrote a very popular short story about buried treasure on a South Carolina island.  Name the author, the story, and the island.

You must include your mailing address in your entry. Only one entry per household.

This week's winner will receive a family four-pack of tickets to the SC Aquarium on Charleston's historic harbor. www.scaquarium.org

Last week's answer:

In 1963, Rivers High School in Charleston was the first public high school in SC to admit children of all races.


November 1, 2011   Win a Delicious Prize Package from Great Harvest Bread in Greenville, SC

Last week's answer:

Sam Moore is the Lebanese immigrant and former University of South Carolina student who became the millionare owner of Thomas Nelson Publishing, starting his career selling Bibles door-to-door.

This week's question:

What is the date and name of the first racially integrated public high school in South Carolina?

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 the Greenville, SC location of the Great Harvest Bread Company at www.carolinabreadheads.com.


October 25, 2011 Win A Delicious Prize from Charleston Cookie

You must include your mailing address in your entry. Only one entry per household.  Name the Lebanese immigrant and former University of South Carolina student who became a millionare publisher, starting his career selling Bibles door to door.  This week's winner will receive a delicious prize package from http://www.charlestoncookie.com.

Here is the answer to last week's question:  In 1916, the SC General Assembly changed the minimum employment age to 14 from 12.


October 18, 2011   Win SC History Books from The History Press

Answer must be received within 24 hours (by 8am Wed. morning) You must include your mailing address in your entry. Only one entry per household.

Trivia Question for October 18, 2011: When did the SC General Assembly establish the minimum employment age of 14 and what was the age before it became 14?  This week's winner will receive a collection of SC history books from the History Press in Charleston, SC. www.historypress.net

Last week's answer:  In 1894, the "Darlington War" resulted when SC governor "Pitchfork" Ben Tillman authorized a search of homes, without a warrant, for concealed liquor.


October 11, 2011 Win a Delicious Prize From Carasmatic Creations

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

When and what was the "war" that resulted when a South Carolina governor ordered a search, without warrants, of private homes for concealed liquor?  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:  In 1967, Joe Pinner, as Mr. Knozit, won the national George Foster Peabody award for excellence in children's programming.


 

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