HEROES DAY TRIVIA WINNERS Friday 10th December 2010
It’s time to announce the winners of the Heroes' Day Trivia game on December 9th,2010.
The questions were challenging and stump many.
The winners are as follows:
1.Amiah Nathaniel - A signed copy of The Boy from Willow Bend
2.Crystal Joseph - Lunch for two from Bar-B’s Café
3.Nigel Sukhdeo - Bottle of Cavalier Rum from Premier Beverages
I also want to say thank you to each company who volunteered a prize as part of this Trivia game.
Just in case you missed the Trivia... Check out the list of questions and answers below:
1.In what country was King Court born?
2.In what year did he orchestrate the rebellion for which he was martyred?
3.Nellie Robinson’s school, TOR, was named for her brother. What was his name?
4.Her acceptance of this ‘class’ of children helped transform education in Antigua?
5.V. C. Bird is often described as the Father of the Nation. Which former Prime Minister was actually his son?
6.He became the second president of a key organization. What was the name of the organization and in what year was it born?
7.In what community was Sir Vivian Richards born?
8.He played in 121 Tests. How many runs did he accumulate?
9.George Walter was the country’s second Premier and the leader of what political organization (full name)?
10.George Walter ruled from 1971 to 1976; which of the following pieces of legislation that survive to this day initially came into being during that time?
Āa) The Labour Code
Āb) The Social Security Act
Āc) The Intellectual Property Office Act
Ād) The Barbuda Land Act
3.Thomas Oliver Robinson.
4.She gave access to ‘illegitimate’ children.
6.The Antigua Trades and Labour Union. 1939.
9.The Progressive Labour Movement.
10. A & B
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