So You Think You Are Smart

Dated: 11/01/2013

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Just because you don't know that Tegulcigalpa is the capital of Honduras doesn't mean you can't have a lot of fun playing Trivia.  So why not put your knowledge of "unusable" information and facts to the test along with your friends in the Team Trivia contest to be held Wednesday Night, November 6, 2013 from 7:00 pm to 9 pm at the Saint Mary's Parish Center on McKinley Avenue in Manahawkin.  Anyone can play.  If you don't have a team, we will put you on one.   

There are a wide variety of categories ranging from geography, math, music, Hollywood, history, and sports to travel, science, television, and much, much more.  Even if you team doesn't win, you are guaranteed to have fun and probably meet lot's of new friends.
 
The cost of admission is $10.00 with all of that going to the Interfaith Health and Support Services of Southern Ocean County.  Interfaith is a non-denominational group of volunteers that provides support to area seniors at no charge.  For advance tickets call the Interfaith office at 609-978-3839.
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Jeffrey Gamble

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