Great Louisiana Quiz

The Official State Dog

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Answer this BONUS QUESTION and be eligible to win an overnight stay for two at the luxurious PARAGON CASINO RESORT: An early pioneer and soldier was said to have a pair of Catahoula dogs. Although originally from Kentucky, by 1812 he lived near Opelousas. Name the person, as well as an invention credited to him and the place where he fought his last battle.

Send in your answer on a postcard addressed to:
Louisiana Life Bonus Question
110 Veterans Blvd., Suite 123
Metairie, LA 70005

Two winners will be drawn from among the correct answers. Each will receive an overnight stay for two at the recently expanded and re-modeled Paragon Casino Resort in Marksville. Winners’ names will be announced in the September/October 2011 issue.

For our january/february issue, the question was: Name the oldest Carnival organization still parading in each of the following towns: Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles, New Roads and Shreveport.

The correct answer was:
Baton Rouge – Mystique, Lafayette – Gabriel, Lake Charles – Cosmos, New Roads – Community Center, Shreveport – Gemini. A drawing was held from among those entrants with the most correct answers.

Winners were:

Dawn Hill of Sulphur
Bridget Roy of Franklin

ANSWERS TO THE ABOVE QUESTIONS:
1.A   2.C   3.C  4.D   5.B  
6.C   7.B   8.A  9.D 10.B

SCORING
Score 10 points for each correct answer:
0-20 Consult your nearest library.
30-60 Begin by buying a good road map.
70-90 You should run for office.
100 You’re a candidate for a Ph.D.
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