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October 4, 2011 Win Four Tickets to the SC Aquarium in Charleston

Last week's answer:

In 1954, St. Anne's parochial school in Rock Hill was the first school in SC to admit children of all races.

This week's question:

Name the SC media personality who won a Peabody Award for his work on a SC children's TV show.

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


September 27, 2011   Win a Prize from the Great Harvest Bread Company

Last week's answer:

In 1918, the SC state bar association admitted the first woman, James Perry (known as Miss Jim" to practice law in SC.

This week's question:

Name the first school in South Carolina to admit children of all races and when?

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.


September 20, 2011 Win a Treat from Charleston Cookie

You must include your mailing address in your entry. Only one entry per household.  Name the first woman who was admitted to practice law in SC by the state bar association and when. This week's winner will receive a delicious prize package from http://www.charlestoncookie.com. Here is the answer to last week's question:  Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim Reform Temple in Charleston, SC is the oldest synagogie in continuous use in the US.  It was first built in 1794 and after the great fire in Charleston, it was rebuilt in 1840.


September 13, 2011 Win SC History Books

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 July 12, 2011: Name the National Historic Landmark that is the oldest synagogue in continuous use in the US and where is it? 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:  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other black leaders met at the Penn Center on St. Helena Island near Beaufort, SC to plan their 1963 march on Washington, DC.


September 6, 2011 Win a Prize From Carasmatic Creations

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

Name the meeting place in SC where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other black leaders met to plan their 1963 march on Washington, DC. 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: Edward Elmore was the Columbia, SC native who was the treasurer for the Confederacy during the Civil War.


 

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