Public invited to 'Lincoln College World Series of Trivia' on March
awarded to winning team; money raised supports literary campaign
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[March 16, 2012]
Iota Chi, the Lincoln College chapter
of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, is hosting the "Lincoln
College World Series of Trivia" on March 23 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Meyer-Evans Student Center on the college campus. The event is open
to the public and everyone is invited to participate.
The cost is just $10 per person to enter the contest, with a maximum
of eight people per team. A $100 cash prize will be awarded to the
winning team. Anyone interested in registering their team should
contact Assistant Professor Spring Hyde at
The trivia contest promises to be a fun-filled
and lively evening. Iota Chi challenges teams to conquer the
undefeated team led by Amber Brainard, Amy Gallagher and Mike
Starasta of Lincoln College.
John Malone, assistant professor of broadcasting and station
manager for WLNX-FM, will serve as master of ceremonies. He is also
an honorary member of Iota Chi.
In addition to the trivia contest, the event will feature a
silent auction and a 50-50 cash drawing.
The college snack bar will open and provide complimentary popcorn
for the evening. Other items will be available for purchase,
including burgers, fries, cheese sticks, beverages and other tasty
Phi Theta Kappa is the premier national honor society for junior
colleges. Proceeds from this event will support Iota Chi's chapter
initiatives, including the Reading Railroad Children's Book Day,
Books for Soldiers and other literary events.
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Tommy Hilton, a sophomore from Mason City and chapter president
for Iota Chi, explained the importance of the fundraiser.
"Our chapter has dedicated itself to offering reading
opportunities for children and soldiers," he said. "We look forward
to continuing this important work."
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