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UV Index editors Maggie Cassidy and Amanda Newman and their promotional pins in West Lebanon, N.H., on May 2, 2018. (Valley News – Geoff Hansen) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

SMARTPHONE & TABLET USERS

If you’re on an smartphone or tablet, please click here for a mobile-friendly link to the quiz!

DESKTOP USERS

Continue on to the quiz below! (Note: There’s a scrolly bar.)

LAST WEEK’S WINNERS

We had two aces and, per usual, we’re giving another pin away to one rando (s/o to the Random Name Picker lol).

THE WINNERS OF QUIZ NO. 9 ARE:

  • Harry Kane (ace)
  • Steve Becker (ace)
  • Michael Waterman (random winner)

CONGRATS! Comment on our Facebook or email us at uvindex@vnews.com to let us know if you want to come by the Valley News to pick up your loot or if we should pop ’em in the mail.

THE CORRECT ANSWERS TO QUIZ NO. 9:

Q1: What was the theme of Hartland’s Fourth of July parade?
A: Star Wars.

Q2: What can you tour on Friday afternoons in Woodstock, which Close-Up writer David Corriveau recently wrote about?
A: Fallout shelters.

Q3: Lou’s Restaurant & Bakery, which was recently sold to a new owner, was named for whom when it opened in 1947?
A: Owner Lou Bressett.

Q4: How many flights of stairs did Lebanon firefighter Troy Leatherman climb on a recent Sunday as part of a 9/11 memorial event?
A: 82.

Q5: Which document is the town of Hartford preparing to update?
A: The Town Plan.

Q6: Where is the newly opened Bridge and Main building, which is being credited with easing the housing shortage?
A: White River Junction.

Q7: What has Listen Community Services recently revealed as it renovates the former Bridgman’s building on the Miracle Mile in Lebanon?
A: The original “Bridgman’s Furniture” lettering on the side of the building.

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