Question of the Day answers and winners

6-22  The state pie of Florida is Key Lime Pie.  Philip Holton

6-21  Bumblebee is a transforming Chevy Camaro.  Kate Addicott

6-20  I Melt with You was a one-hit wonder for Modern English.  Kathy Pavlina

6-19  Coca-cola was first company to offer coupons.  Amy Barger

6-16  F-14a Tomcat is the style of jet featured in Top Gun.  Ben Holderman

6-15  NBA player Dennis Rodman was nicknamed the Worm.  Jennifer Croyts

6-14  Mystery Machine is the name of Scooby Doo’s van.  Natalie Bozin

6-13  Frank Epperson created popsicles. Amanda Anderson

6-12  Cesar Romero played the Joker on the 1960’s Batman TV show.  Tod Trask

6-9  Clarence Nash was the long time voice of Donald Duck.  William Dollman

6-8  Liberty City and Vice City are in the Grand Theft Auto video game.  Takelia Beck

6-7  Patella is better known as the knee cap.  Jackie Bosker

6-6  Richard T. James invented the toy SLINKY.  Sandy Schooley

6-5  Nintendo made playing cards before video games.  Destiny Sanders

6-2  Lard Lad Donuts is on the TV show the Simpsons.  Erica Wyant

6-1  Lebron James played wide receiver in high school football.  Bob Moody

5-31  Wonder Woman has the Lasso of TRUTH.  Geneva Rayford

5-30 The Masters was the first major golf tournament won by Tiger Woods.  Michael Jordan

5-29  Red Poppy is the official flower of Memorial Day.   Aaliyah Jones

5-26 This year’s Indy 500 pace car driver, Jeffrey Dean Morgan is in the Walking Dead.   Megan McGuire

5-25  Chewbacca doesn’t get a medal in end of the first Star Wars.  Beverly Leombruno

5-24  Live and let die was the first James Bond movie featuring Roger Moore.  Maureen Carosone

5-23  Jim Delligatti created the Big Mac.  Erin Acklin

5-22 Cher won an Academy award for Moonstruck.  Kali Shank

5-19  Dr. Gordon Klatt is responsible for starting Relay for Life event.  Cheryl Strait

5-18  Andouille and chorizo are types of sausage.  Karen Rentz

5-17  FBI investigated the song “Louie, Louie” in 1965.  Tracie Blakeley

5-16  Harold von Braunhut is famous for selling Sea Monkeys in the back of comic books.  Gayle Holton

5-15  SkyNet was in the Terminator series.  Charlene Theiss

5-12  Florence Henderson played Carol Brady on the Brady Bunch.  Wanda Baker

5-11  Oolong, green, and white are types of tea.  Amanda Louk

5-10 GI Joe was the doll that had a kung-fu grip.  Ruth Redding

5-9  CIA tried to train cats to spy on the Russians during the Cold War.  Tomilyn Albrecht

5-8  Dr. No was first James Bond movie.  Tracy Noble

5-5  Alan Shepard was the first American to go into space.  Kayla Klamer

5-4  Pembroke Welsh Corgi is the dog of choice for England royalty.  Kristina Carson

5-3  James Brown is the Godfather of Soul.  Deana Bode

5-2  McDonald’s introduced the Happy Meal in June 1979.  Ted Jackson

5-1   Bean soup is a traditional soup on the menu of the US Senate cafeteria.  Michelle Ferguson

4-28  The Expendables brought together many action stars of the 80’s and 90’s?  Barbara Holloway

4-27  Kook-Aid used a glass pitcher as a mascot.  Amanda McMannus

4-26    Arnold Schwarzenegger is known as the Austrian Oak.  William Busefink

4-25  Moe, Larry, and Curly were the Three Stooges.  Brenda Gamrat

4-24  Baby Ruth is the candy bar named after President Grover Cleveland’s daughter.  Ashlie Reed

4-21  Yellowstone was the first National Park in America.  Traci Witkoski

4-20  Atari released the game Asteroids in November of 1979.  Carisa Sechrist

4-19  Colorful Victorian Houses in San Francisco are called Painted Ladies.  Cyndi Belak

4-18  The Beatle’s did the song Taxman.  Darlene Halloran

4-17  The Interview was the 2014 movie about a trip to North Korea.  Kathleen Scheafnocker

4-14  Faberge makes decorative eggs.    Patrick High

4-13  Elephant comes in American and Asian variation.  Rebekah Parlos

4-12  Freezeframe was the album by the J. Geils band.  Doug Hannas

4-11  Ford was the first car maker to feature an 8 track tape player.  Kathy Wujcik

4-10  Dukes of Hazard featured the General Lee car.  Joni Kriebel

4-7  Zythology is the study of beer, and brewing beer.  Susan Rappach

4-6  2001:  A Space Odyssey was the last movie made about the moon before Armstrong walked it.  Jean Anne Gove

4-5  Walt Disney and Henry Ford had BANKRUPTCY in common.  Paul Fannin

4-4  Somewhere Over the Rainbow was ranked #1 movie song.  Denise Ahart

4-3  Robert Redford starred as Roy Hobbs in the movie “The Natural”.  Billie Jo Catanzarite

3-31  In the animated “Trolls” movie, the Trolls stop every hour to give someone a hug.  Rosa Houston

3-30  Crayola Crayon was firs made in 1903 and came in an 8 pack for a nickel.  Wendy Heltzel

3-29  Love is a term used in scoring tennis.  Thomas Schmidt

3-28  Daniel Radcliffe wore the same outfit for month in 2007.  Judy Gosnell-Lamb

3-27  Virginia Dare was the first European born in the new world.  Maureen Dimargio

3-24 If you order a Kraft dinner in Canada, they’ll bring you Mac n’ Cheese.  Leisa Trapp

3-23  The first Chia animal in the early 80’s was the Chia Ram.  Shawn Mayes

3-22  John Lennon and Yoko Ono had a bed-in to protest.  Sue Lambert

3-21  Dallas was the show asking, “Who shot J.R?”.  Sherry Baldwin

3-20  An apiary is something you use with bees.  Billie Fike

3-17  Jameson, Bushmills and Tullamore Dew are Irish Whiskey brands.  Kirstian Pineda

3-16 was the first registered domain name.  Carl VaneKell

3-15  During WW 1, sauerkraut was called Liberty Cabbage.    Carolyn Blackmon

3-14  Warrant sang a song called Cherry Pie.   Sarah Rizer

3-13  The Love Bug was a Volkswagen Beetle.  Jim Vespasian

3-10  BB-8 is in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.  Doug Bookwalter

3-9  Barbie made her debut back in 1959.  Brad Calhoun

3-8  Mae Jemison was the first African-American woman to travel into space.  Carol Whiteside

3-7  Vermont is the leading maple syrup producer.   Roberta Richard

3-6  Radar O’Reilly was a character in the show M*A*S*H*.  Marsha Grossman

3-3  Lemon juice is used to make tarter sauce.  Anne Skowronski

3-2  Dr. Seuss first book was And to think I saw it on Mulberry Street.  Deborah Mounsey

3-1  Spinners, jigs and spoons are types of fishing tackle.  Sharon Peachock




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