Warsaw Trivia Contest Will Raise Money for Local Cancer Patients [INTERVIEW]
Trivia is one of those strange, delightful things that you never realize you know until tested. You might not remember which movie won Best Picture in 1976 until someone asks (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, just so you know). And now, you can utilize all that long forgotten knowledge that still lingers in your brain with the fine folks at the Quizzing for a Cure trivia contest, planned for Saturday, April 5, at the John Boise Middle School in Warsaw.
Their activities that evening will include a trivia contest, heads or tails, gift basket raffle, champagne glass prizes and a 50/50 raffle. Trivia Master John Carleton will emcee the event. All proceeds will benefit the Gene Loveall Cancer Services Fund for the Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation.
I got to talk with one of the organizers of the event, John Carleton, about how you can help and what you can expect if you decide to attend.
The event will begin at 6 p.m., and concessions will be provided. Proceeds from the concessions will benefit Warsaw High School. The cost is $140 per team of eight. Individuals also may register and will be placed on a team. Cost for individual registration is $20.
Registration forms are available from John Carleton at 660-438-5918 or online at brhc.org. Completed registration forms with checks payable to the BRHC Foundation may be sent to Carleton, P.O. Box 572, Warsaw, MO 65355.