Fourth Annual Trivia Night Contest, May 20!
The high school cafeteria will come alive with students, staff, and community members for a night of challenging cerebral fun, snacks, and a chance to win one of three cash prizes provided by the night’s sponsor, Hopewell Valley Community Bank. Registration forms can be picked up at the High School front office beginning March 25th. Individuals wishing to be placed on a team with students can contact Carol Jackson at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trivia Night teams consist of 1-3 adults, and anywhere from 5-7 high school students. Total members on a team can be up to 8, however, with one or two senior citizens, a team size can increase from eight people to 9 or 10, total. The team plays to win prize money for a school club, team, or organization. The team competes for a chance to win the cash prize that will go back into their school club account. The cash prizes, courtesy of Hopewell Valley Community Bank, will be: $300 first, $200 second, and $100 third.
The entrance fee to participate in Trivia Night is $5.00 per person, $3.00 for senior citizens, 60 and over. The questions will span many categories such as sports, music, pop culture, current events, geography and history. The host of the evening is CHS principal, Mike Daher.
Some past winners include the i.D.R.E.A.M. Club, (International Disaster Relief Emergence Aid Movement), the L.E.A.D. Club with Hopewell Valley Community Bank, S.M.A.C. (Student Movement Against Cancer), the Model UN, the Freshman Track Team, the off-duty Hopewell Township Police Officers, and the Junior Class . Along with the many high school teachers who joined their students, school administrators, including superintendent Tom Smith, Hopewell Township Police Chief George Meyer, Hopewell Valley Community Bank president Pat Ryan, and many other community members have joined in the fun. Previously, Congressman Rush Holt, of Hopewell Valley, has stopped in to observe contestants in action!