Trivia Night

D o you have what it takes to claim the Rotary Trivia Crown?

The Granville Rotary Club presents Trivia Night 2011 on Jan. 22 starting at 7 p.m.

Teams of six will gather to compete for the title of Trivia Masters of the Universe, or at least Granville and bragging rights for the next 365 days.

Entry fees for each team are $150, or $25 per person.

The event will be held at the Forum on East Potter Avenue, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m.

A cash bar is available, free appetizers, soda, coffee and desserts provided.

Play consists of five rounds of questions to be answered by teams seated at individual tables.

In the first three rounds teams must do their best to answer 20 questions in about 30 second each; the pace picks up for the final two rounds when teams have 15 second each to answer 10 questions.

Scoring will be updated during each round.

Participants must be 21 years old to play and team can have no more than six players, but can have less than six players.

Substitutions are allowed up until the first question is asked by the emcee.

Contact Peter O’Brien to sign your team up, teams are asked to register and make a deposit by Jan. 16, sending entries to 6 Main Street, Granville, NY, 12822 or by dropping off an entry at TD Bank.

Prizes are awarded to the six members of the winning team, who also receive a free pass to the following year’s event.

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