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The Patrons of the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center and Triumvirate Theatre would like to thank all the amazing Triviapalooza 2011 participants who came to represent on Friday, May 13. We had a total of nine teams including Team Radiohead, Team Trivia Newton John representing the Alaska Public Defenders Agency, Team Would You Like to Know, Team Here for the Beer! Representing CISPRI, Team Redoubt Reporters representing the Redoubt Reporter, Team Febreze, Team Doug is in the Trunk, Team Afta-Ew and Team Striving for Mediocrity. This year's struggle for quiz bowl supremacy was a close race, with only a few points separating the leader board. Team Redoubt Reporters managed to pull out their second win, with Team Trivia Newton John and Team Striving for Mediocrity taking the second and third place spots. 052611 LETTERS 1 Peninsula Clarion The Patrons of the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center and Triumvirate Theatre would like to thank all the amazing Triviapalooza 2011 participants who came to represent on Friday, May 13. We had a total of nine teams including Team Radiohead, Team Trivia Newton John representing the Alaska Public Defenders Agency, Team Would You Like to Know, Team Here for the Beer! Representing CISPRI, Team Redoubt Reporters representing the Redoubt Reporter, Team Febreze, Team Doug is in the Trunk, Team Afta-Ew and Team Striving for Mediocrity. This year's struggle for quiz bowl supremacy was a close race, with only a few points separating the leader board. Team Redoubt Reporters managed to pull out their second win, with Team Trivia Newton John and Team Striving for Mediocrity taking the second and third place spots.
Thursday, May 26, 2011

Story last updated at 5/26/2011 - 1:02 pm

Trivia contest a blast



The Patrons of the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center and Triumvirate Theatre would like to thank all the amazing Triviapalooza 2011 participants who came to represent on Friday, May 13. We had a total of nine teams including Team Radiohead, Team Trivia Newton John representing the Alaska Public Defenders Agency, Team Would You Like to Know, Team Here for the Beer! Representing CISPRI, Team Redoubt Reporters representing the Redoubt Reporter, Team Febreze, Team Doug is in the Trunk, Team Afta-Ew and Team Striving for Mediocrity. This year's struggle for quiz bowl supremacy was a close race, with only a few points separating the leader board. Team Redoubt Reporters managed to pull out their second win, with Team Trivia Newton John and Team Striving for Mediocrity taking the second and third place spots.

We would also like to thank Ron Malston of Malston's in Kenai, Kassik's Brewery and Country Liquor for helping to make this event possible. At the end of the evening, funds were raised for both the Patrons of the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center and Triumvirate Theatre and much fun was had by all. We are grateful to the communities of the Central Kenai Peninsula for their continued support of our programming, and we hope to see you at the next Triviapalooza!

Natasha Ala, Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center; Joe Rizzo and Chris Jenness, Triumvirate Theatre





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