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Trivia: "TONs of FUN / People Edition"

George-Washington1-Inventor of the steamboat.

2-Henry Stanley set out to find this missing Scottish missionary.

3-Apple falls from tree and science is revolutionized.

4-A Friend and predecessor of AJ.

5-Another yellow brick road traveler renown for his "Candle."

6-Past President/Future President--??

7-Martha's Mister at Mount Vernon.

8-Military hero, governor of republic pre-statehood, U.S. senator.

9-Favorite lines from his biopic:  "I read your book!"; "I need a weather prayer"; "I won't have cowards in my army."

10-Teenage TV role for Mr. Fox.


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Trivia: "THE FORD FAMILY"

Big-Red-Dog1-Composer of "Majesty"

2-Sundance Kid; Bob Woodward; Jay Gatsby; et al.


3-Ireland's crystal.

4-AKA Pottersville.

5-"Rat Pack" member who married the President's sister.

6-Nicknamed "Insurance Capital of the World."

7-Mommie Dearest.


8-Notable alum include Sandra Day O'Connor, Chelsea Clinton, Carly Fiorina and John F. Kennedy.


9-West Wing veteran.

10-The Big Red Dog.

 

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August is National Sandwich Month

sandwichIf you can believe it, August is National Sandwich Month.  What kind what would be at the top of your list?  That's the question we asked our friends in media and ministry.

Dave Conour of Northwestern Radio said, "A Reuben.  Pastrami or corn beef is fine.  Always with Swiss cheese on rye with lots of sauerkraut and dressing.  Honestly, I've never had a bad one, so it doesn't matter to me at all who makes it.  I might even let my three year old try it.  Ok, maybe not.  Schlotzkey's was the first one that really ...

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Trivia: "CITY PEOPLE"

Six Million Dollar Man1-The Six Million Dollar man.

2-The young Indiana Jones.

3-Killed in a plane crash, his music about joy in nature (especially Colorado) made him one of the favorite entertainers of that era.

4-Elmer Gantry

5-He sailed the ocean blue in 1492.

6-He said:  "Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing."

7-With Dawn, he tied a lot of yellow ribbons.

8-American poet known for his rhyming humor ("No McTavish was ever lavish").

9-Now deceased, popular writer on spiritual formation.

10-The only US President to ...

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Trivia: "STATE OF FICTION"

StatesCan you name the famous fictional character and the state he/she represents?  Bonus for actor/actress who played the part.

1-Big schnozzola and an early Army cross-dresser.
2-Brilliant detective with OCD-and a passion to find his wife's murderer.
3-He started in Boston but moved to another city where he became a popular talk show.
4-She was blown away, literally.  Ended up in a lovely green city.
5-Everyone needs a day off of school now and then-or every day!
6-A bumbling lawman who was deputy to a future attorney.
7-This "little buddy" was the deck boy on what started ...

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Trivia: "OH!"

Tannenbaum1-One of Mr. Wesley's hits.

2-Don't you cry for me!

3-Francis Scott Key patriotic lyrics.

4-Early George Clooney/John Goodman hit ... Art Black loved it but personally never did "get" it myself (!).

5-Walt Whitman's beautiful metaphorical poem about the death of President Lincoln.

6-Otherwise known as Tannenbaum.

7-"You're off to great places.  Today is your day!  Your mountain is waiting, so ... get on your way!"

8-When Jesus washed my sins away.

9-According to Four Seasons, it was late December back in '63.

10-What you hear when the Maple Leafs play.

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