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"Find the question" Prize Winners

April 15th

Winner: Ray Schnell

Question: What is Stephen Curry's first name?

Answer: Wardell

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Wardell Stephen "Steph" Curry II (born March 14, 1988) is an American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA).


April 1st

Winner: Janice Barlow

Question - How many cups are there in two gallons?

Answer - 32 cups

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32 cups are in two gallons


March 15th

Winner: Judy Ford

Question - Which vegetable grows the fastest?

Answer - Radishes

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Radishes are one of the fastest vegetables, taking just three to four weeks to reach harvest time. They’re also exceptionally easy to grow. Seeds can be sown into prepared ground or pots of potting soil. Sow the plump seeds very thinly, spacing them about one inch (2.5cm) apart. Sowing small batches every few weeks until the very end of summer will give you a continuous crop of the peppery roots. The seedlings will pop up within three to five days.


March 1st

Winner: Miriam Schnell

Question - What is the State Bird of California?

Answer - California quail (Lophortyx californica)

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The California quail (Lophortyx californica), also known as the valley quail, became the official state bird in 1931. A widely distributed and prized game bird, it is known for its hardiness and adaptability. Plump, gray-colored, and smaller than a pigeon, the California quail sports a downward curving black plume on top of its head and black bib with white stripe under the beak. Flocks number from a few to 60 or more in the fall and winter months, but in the spring break into pairs. They nest in hollows scratched in the ground and concealed by foliage, and their eggs, 6 to 28 in number, are creamy white and thickly spotted with golden brown.


February 15th

Winner: ...No One...

Question - What size sandal does the Statue of Liberty wear?

Answer - Sandal size 879

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The Statue of Liberty is covered with a layer of copper that is very thin – about the depth of two pennies pressed together. When she was assembled on Bedloe’s Island, she was a beautiful brown color, and stayed this way for around 35 years. By 1920, the copper skin had begun to oxidize and turn the lovely sea green we know today.

Towering 879 feet atop her pedestal, Lady Liberty has a 35-foot waistline, stands 305 feet tall, and wears a size 879 shoe. Link:

February 1st

Winner: Elizabeth Grigsby

Question - How long is the large intestine?

Answer - 5 feet!

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