Join MIC and celebrity host Dennis Douda of WCCO-TV for our fourth WorldQuest. Compete to test your knowledge of world events, flags, people in the news and geography. You dont need to know everything about the world, since WorldQuest is a team game where you pool your knowledge and experience to win great prizes while supporting MICs program in the schools! Teams comprise eight members, and prizes are awarded for the first, second and third place. If you dont have a team, come anyway! MIC will organize teams for people without one. A great way to meet new people and learn more about our world!
Here are some questions from last year's competition:
1. Which one of these countries opted not to adopt the Euro?
b. The Netherlands
d. The Vatican
2. The Berlin Wall was erected in:
3. Which countrys airport has the highest elevation of any commercial airport in the world?
For the past three years, MIC has hosted WorldQuest with a growing audience each year. It appeals to all generations and is popular with families, the internationally curious, foreign policy buffs, international organizations, community groups, and high school and college students.
Cost if registering after February 18: $25 per person; Teams of 8 $175.
To register: Call 612.625.4421
Answers: (1) Sweden (2) 1961 (3) Bolivia