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LAST WEEK’S WINNERS
We’re giving away pins and sticker packs to everybody who aced it plus two random “participation trophies.” 😉 It seems like Quiz No. 4 was a toughie, because we only had one person who scored 100%!
AND THE WINNERS ARE:
- Natalie Smith (7 of 7)
- Dana O’Neill (random winner)
- Sue Crislip (random winner)
THE CORRECT ANSWERS TO QUIZ NO. 4:
Q: What was the name of the alpaca being shorn in the photograph package that ran on page A1 of Tuesday’s (May 22) Valley News?
Q: Vermont officials have said they will reject a plan proposed by the Quechee Lakes Landowners Association to treat which invasive aquatic plant species in Lake Pinneo?
A: Eurasian watermilfoil.
Q: The African-American soldier who was honored on Saturday, May 19, in Plainfield fought in which war?
A: Revolutionary War.
Q: When New Hampshire Fish and Game Bear Project Leader Andrew Timmins recently said, “He has been a real local advocate for the bear,” who was he talking about?
A: Michael Hinsley of the Hanover Fire Department.
Q: After receiving an angry email with a profanity in it from developer Mike Davidson, who was upset about comments Erling Heistad made to the Valley News about Davidson’s properties, how did Heistad sign off on his response email?
A: Have a super day.
Q: What kind of jersey did sports page editor David Bailey loan to web editor Maggie Cassidy during Episode 5 of Well-Dressed Sports Heads?
A: Northeastern Huskies football.
Q: UV INDEX: New Hampshire officials are asking people to stop touching what?