Mason Masters Monthly Trivia
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- After all 12 rounds are complete, points are added up, the person with the most points will be crowned the champion and will receive a $25 gift card
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Question 8: What Irish-American cabinet maker is considered the Father of the Labor Day holiday?
Comple Trivia Question Submission
(last updated with June results)
- Gaby Soto = 64 points
- April Wilken = 51
- Mikey Kliss = 49 points
- Greg Frederick = 33 points
- Glenn Farfel = 7 points
- Al Flores = 6 points
- Michelle Rivera = 3 points
Previous Month Questions and Answers:
Question: Who was the legendary Benedictine monk who invented champagne?
Answer: Dom Perignon
Question: Which non-sensical word was created by a Dublin man in a bet to see if he could create and spread a new word around town in 48 hours?
Question: Initially who were the ones who exchanged eggs to symbolize the resurrection of Christ where later it was passed down to early Christians?
Question: What year was the first Kentucky Derby ran and what is the name of the race track where the Kentucky Derby is held?
Answer: 1875 and Churchill Downs
Question: In the United States, which president signed Father's Day into law?
Answer: Richard Nixon
Question: Who was the king of England when the colonies declared their independence and how many people signed the Declaration of Independence?
Answer: George III and 56
Question: In what year did American women win the right to vote and who was the first woman to run for President of the United States?
Answer: 1920 and Victoria Clafin Woodhull in 1872