Answer – Peace Corps
Thursday – The program was established by Executive Order 10924, issued by President John F. Kennedy on March 1, 1961.
Wednesday – Nearly 220,000 Americans have served in 141 countries through this organization.
Tuesday – Its purpose is to promote world peace and friendship.
Monday – This week’s answer is a government organization.
Answer – Black Panther or T’Challa
Thursday – A movie about me comes to theaters tomorrow in the U.S.
Wednesday – The country of my birth is the only source of a metal called vibranium.
Tuesday – My father’s unexpected death made me king many years before I anticipated taking on that role.
Monday – I am a fictional character.
Answer– Louis Braille
Thursday – At the age of 15 he created his own system of reading for the blind that is still used today.
Wednesday – Uncommon for that era, his parents made many efforts to raise him in a normal fashion.
Tuesday – He was blinded in both eyes as the result of an early childhood accident.
Monday – This French man was born in 1809 and died in 1852.
Answer – Bethlehem
Thursday – She also commissioned the building of its great Church of the Nativity in 327.
Wednesday – Empress Helena, mother of Constantine the Great, promoted its rebuilding.
Tuesday – This city was destroyed during the second-century Bar Kokhba revolt.
Monday – This is a city whose name in Arabic means House of Meat.
Answer – Lydia Maria Child
Thursday – She is best known for writing a poem about visiting her grandfather’s house in 1845. It was called “The New-England Boy’s Song about Thanksgiving Day.”
Wednesday – She loved to visit her grandfather’s house.
Tuesday – She was born in 1802 and died at the age of 78.
Monday – This woman was an activist who fought for the rights of slaves, women, and Native Americans.
Answer – Sydney Opera House
Thursday – After 15 years of construction, this building was opened and dedicated by Queen Elizabeth II on tomorrow’s date in 1973.
Wednesday – Its different roofs look like ships’ sails in the harbor.
Tuesday – It is built on the Nennelong Point in Sydney, Australia.
Monday – This building is the most famous work of Danish architect, Jørn Utzon.
Answer – Crazy Horse
Thursday – On September 5 in 1877, this Sioux chief was killed by a U.S. soldier.
Wednesday – There is a monument being carved of this man out of a mountain in South Dakota.
Tuesday – This Native American defeated General Custer at the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Monday – This Native American is known for his resistance to the westward expansion of the white man.
5/23/17 – Rabbits purr when they are content.
3/28/17 – The ostrich is the only two-toed bird. All other birds have three or four toes.
1/23/17 – Figs are mentioned in the Bible more than any other fruit.
10/31/16 – Halloween came from a Celtic Holiday called “Samhain” (pronounced sow-in).
5/22/17 – Jenna Ortega is the voice of Alayna of Avalor’s little sister.
3/20/17 – The German Shepherd is a breed of medium to large-sized working dog that originated in Germany.
1/9/17 – Camel’s bushy eyebrows and two rows of eyelashes protect their eyes in the dessert.
10/24/16 – Clara Barton and a circle of her acquaintances founded the American Red Cross in Washington, DC on May 21, 1881.
5/16/17 – The record for the longest time a paper airplane flew is 27.6 seconds.
3/14/17 – A lion rests about 20 hours a day.
12/13/16 – Donner and Blitzen weren’t the original names of two of Santa’s reindeer. (They were Dunder which is Dutch for thunder and Blixem which is Dutch for lightning.)
10/17/16 – Blue stars are hotter than red stars.