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July 26, 2011

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 26, 2011: Name the 26-year-old lawyer from Charleston, SC who was the youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence. This week's winner will receive four tickets to a Charleston Battery professional soccer match on Daniel Island, near Charleston, SC. www.charlestonbattery.com/welcome.asp Last week's answer: No question last week.


July 12, 2011

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 South Carolinian from Columbia who was crowned Miss America many years ago. 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: Kirby Higby is the Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher who was born in Columbia, SC in 1915 and died in Columbia in 1985.


July 5, 2011

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

Name the Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher who was born in Columbia, SC in 1915 and died in Columbia in 1985. 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: SC's two summer watermelon festivals are held in Hampton, SC in June and Pageland, SC in July.


June 28, 2011

Answer must be received within 24 hours (by 8am Wed. morning) Where and when are SC's two summer watermelon festivals? 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 http://www.9sonsrising.com in Greenville, SC. Last week's answer: The St. Cecilia Society, founded in Charleston, SC in 1762, is often referred to as America's first musical society.


June 21, 2011

Name the South Carolina organization that has often been referred to as the first musical society in America. You must include your mailing address in your entry. Only one entry per household. This week's winner will receive a family 4-pack of tickets to the South Carolina Aquarium at Charleston's historic harbor. www.scaquarium.org There was no question last week.


 

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