Previous Challenges, their answers and winners:



January 26, 2008:
What is the Southern most point in the United States?
Answer: We accepted a couple of answers:
Ka Lae, Hawaii: southernmost point in the 50 states
Ballast Key, Florida: southernmost point in the 48 contiguous states
Winner: Glenda Kleppin, of Bonney Lake, WA

January 18, 2008:
What percentage of Americans vote in the presidential elections?
Answer: About 64% voted in 2004.
Winner: Jon Olson, of Torrance, CA

January 10, 2008:
What percentage of Americans make a New Year’s Resolution?
Answer: This varies accoring to the source, but about 60%.
Winner: Debbie Goldschmidt, of Ocala, FL

December 20, 2007:
What was Times Square called before the famed location got its current name and when did it change names?
Answer: Longacre Square which was changed to Times Square on April 8, 1904
Winner: Theron Brenneman, of Elkhart, IN

December 11, 2007:
What American billionaire and former presidential candidate tried to airlift 28 tons of medicine and Christmas gifts to American POWs in North Vietnam in 1969?
Answer: Ross Perot
Winner: Sheila King, of Wellington, KS

November 30, 2007:
What state produces the most Christmas trees?
Answer: Oregon
Winner: Linda Saure, of Kissimmee, FL

November 21, 2007:
Who was the captain of the Mayflower?
Answer: Christopher Jones
Winner: Maxine Brink, of Bellevue, WA

November 12, 2007:
According to the The Humane Society of the United States, how many dogs are kept as pets in the US?
Answer: About 73 Million
Winner: Linda Schabelski, of Roselle, IL





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