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Laurie Ladouceur — obituary

Ladouceur, Laurie (Known for her home-cooked meals and for...

Amonte United seeks volunteer to record services

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Diana's QuizAnswers to Diana's Quiz - November 12, 2016

Answers to Diana’s Quiz – November 12, 2016


  1. quiz9Trump’s wives first names were Ivana, Marla and Melania
  2. Qigong is a Chinese system of breathing exercises, body postures and movements, and mental concentration intended to maintain good health and control the flow of the body’s energy.
  3. Dr. Wilder Penfield was a pioneering Canadian neurologist and neurosurgeon who expanded the techniques and methods and of brain surgery, including mapping the functions of the brain’s various regions.  He was founder and first director of the Montreal Neurological Institute.
  4. Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis is the first musician to win a Pulitzer Prize for music in 1997.  Duke Ellington was almost the first, but the Pulitzer board refused the Selection Committee’s choice of Ellington, so no award was given that year.
  5.  According to Greek mythology, Ulysses devised the Trojan Horse.




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