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THIS WEEK

How can one tell the difference between tortoiseshell and celluloid?  We’ll give you a hint that may keep you out of harm’s (the “laws”) way.

 

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Q:  Willows, Wisconsin is the home to what famous person?

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Q:  What was one of the most prized possessions of Puritans, Pilgrims, and PA Dutch (Germans) who came to America?  It was square or rectangular and never had a lock?

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State Trivia

State Trivia: Nevada

This state has more than half of the country’s wild horses.  That’s why they featured them on the state quarter.  It is the largest gold producing state in the US (second in the world).  They also rake in a lot of gold in Las Vegas.
 

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"Peace is not made at the council table or by treaty, but in the hearts of men."

Herbert Hoover

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