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May 22, 2012 Win Four Tickets To A Charleston Battery Professional Soccer Match on Daniel Island, SC

Trivia Question for May 22, 2012: (Must answer via email by 8:00AM, Wednesday, May 23, 2012)

The largest three-dimensional representation of a child in the world is located in South Carolina. Where and what is it?

This week's winner will receive four tickets to a Charleston Battery professional soccer match on Daniel Island.

Last week's answer:

The main branch of the Richland County Public Library is the only place where recently-deceased children's author, Maurice Sendak, allowed his work to be used as public art.


May 15, 2012 Win a Delicious Prize Package from Great Harvest Bread Company in Greenville

Trivia Question for May 15, 2012: (Must answer via email by 8:00AM, Wednesday, May 16, 2012. Please include mailing address with entry.)

Where in SC is the only place famed children's author Maurice Sendak allowed his work to be used as public art?

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:

Solomon Blatt from Barnwell is the longest serving speaker of the SC House of Representatives, serving (1937-1946) 9 years and (1951-1973) 22 years for a total of over 31 years.


May 8, 2012 Win a Delicious Prize Package from Charleston Cookie

Trivia Question for May 8, 2012: (Must answer via email by 8:00AM, Wednesday, May 9, 2012. Please include mailing address with entry.)

Name the person who holds the record for the length of time he or she served as the speaker of the SC House of Representatives.

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

Last week's answer:

Over the past 15 years, the number of South Carolina's women-owned businesses has grown by 68%, which ranks 9th nationally.


May 1, 2012 Win A Family 4-Pack of Tickets to EdVenture

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

Today's Question: Over the past 15 years, the number of South Carolina's women-owned businesses has grown by 68%. Where does that growth rate rank nationally?

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: Moses Rogers, captain of the Savannah, was first to cross th Atlantic Ocean by steamship. He died from yellow fever in Georgetown, SC in 1821.


April 24 2012 Win Four Tickets to a Charleston Battery Soccer Match on Daniel Island

Trivia Question for April 24, 2012: (Must answer via email by 8:00AM, Wednesday)

Almost 200 years ago, the first steamship crossed the Atlantic Ocean. Name the ship, the captain, and where the captain died in SC.

This week's winner will receive four tickets to a Charleston Battery professional soccer match on Daniel Island.

Last week's answer:

Julia Peterkin won the Pulitzer Prize in 1929 for her novel Scarlet Sister Mary, which was banned by the Gaffney, SC public library


 

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