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ANNOUNCING PARTICIPATION TROPHIES
Going forward, you could possibly win a pin even if you fail (lol). We will be awarding a UV pin and sticker packs to up to three of the top scorers (folks who score 7 out of 7), PLUS drawing another random winner from EVERYBODY who participated that week!
SPECIAL TWO-WEEK QUIZ: DEADLINE JUNE 7
UV INDEX is taking the week of May 27-June 2 off. So you have an extra week to complete this quiz! Get it done by June 7 for a chance to win.
LAST WEEK’S WINNERS
Thanks so much to everyone who took our first Lucky 7 News Quiz!!!! Just like last week, we’re STILL feeling generous, so we’re giving away pins and sticker packs to everybody who aced it, plus one of several people who scored 6-of-7.
AND THE WINNERS ARE:
- Jeff Silverstein (random winner! thank you to John Gregg for drawing the name!)
- Carol Greene (7 of 7)
- Ginni Balch (7 of 7)
THE CORRECT ANSWERS TO QUIZ NO. 3:
Q: Nick Zwirblia used his 10 years living in the Upper Valley as background for his book, “The Bramford Chronicles, Book I.” What was Zwirblia’s nickname when he worked at Dartmouth College from 1986 to 1995?
A: Happy Hop Guy.
Q: How many years elapsed between Thetford Academy alumna Rita Brown DeGoosh’s 1,000-point basketball milestone and the ceremony honoring her achievement?
Q: What is the purpose of the bulb-outs being installed on Bethel roads?
A: Bulb-outs help to calm traffic.
Q: In discussing a building boom in White River Junction, former Hartford Selectboard member Ken Parker described a time when the streets were “chockablock full” of people at both 3 p.m. and 3 a.m. When was that, according to Parker?
A: The late 1940s and early 1950s.
Q: According to a Jim Kenyon column, Thetford resident Christopher Wren wrote that “___________ is a great way to perpetuate the curiosity you developed as a child.”
Q: As part of a class project, what are students and adults sharing in Lyme as a way to get to know each other?
A: Hand-written letters kept in a journal.
Q: UV INDEX lucky No. 7: Why did Nick Fabrikant use a “crystal element” in the design of his bench, installed in downtown Hanover in 2013?
A: His parents, who ran the Rosey Jekes clothing store, got their start by selling crystals in the street.