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June 26 2012 - No Question This Week - Next Question is July 17, 2012

No Question Until July 17, 2012:

Last week's answer:

Almost 3.5% percent of our state's population is comprised of University of South Carolina alumni, which amounts to about 155,000 people.


June 19 2012 - No Question This Week - Next Question is July 17, 2012

No Question Until July 17, 2012:

Last week's answer:

Almost 3.5% percent of our state's population is comprised of University of South Carolina alumni, which amounts to about 155,000 people.


June 12, 2012 Win a Delicious Prize Package from Charleston Cookie

Trivia Question for June 12, 2012: (Must answer via email by 8:00AM, Wednesday, June 13, 2012. Please include mailing address with entry.)

What percent of our state's population is comprised of University of South Carolina alumni?

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

Last week's answer:

The hurricane of 1911 destroyed the last large Carolina Gold rice operation, effectively ending commercial rice production in SC.


June 5, 2012 Win A Family 4-Pack of Tickets to EdVenture

Must answer by 8am Wed. June 6th and include name and mailing address with entry.

Today's Question: When did a hurricane destroy SC's last large Carolina Gold rice operation, thus for all practical purposes, ended the commercial growing of rice in our state?

This week's winner will receive a family four-pack of tickets for a big day of fun at EdVenture Children's Museum located in the heart of Columbia's Congaree Vista, the capitol city's historic arts and entertainment district.

Last Week's Answer: James Edwards, a dentist and oral surgeon, was SC's first Republican governor in the 20th century, serving from 1975-1979.


May 29, 2012 Win a Family Four-Pack of Tickets to the SC Aquarium at Charleston’s Historic Harbor

Question for May 29, 2012 Answer must be received within 24 hours (by 8am Wed. morning, May 30, 2012):

When and who was the first Republican governor of South Carolina in the 20th century and what was his trained profession?

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:

Eddie, the forty-foot high hands-on exhibit at SC's childrens museum, EdVenture in Columbia, is the largest 3-dimensional representation of a child in the world.


 

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