Literacy Quesnel First Ever Trivia Challenge a Huge Success

Literacy Quesnel held their first Trivia Challenge at Occidental

the Trivia Challenge champs were Simon Turner’s team

Literacy Quesnel held their first ever Trivia Challenge last week at the Occidental and raised $1,700 for local literacy programs. The event drew 50 participants and seven volunteers kept the evening moving.

“It was so much fun,” literacy outreach coordinator Rebecca Beuschel said.

“The winning team “The Page Turners” included Simon Turner and his buddies. who donated their $500 prize money back to Literacy Quesnel.

“Literacy Quesnel would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who came and made the Trivia Challenge so much fun and a special thank you to Louise and Barry at the Occidental for being fantastic and generous hosts. Watch for this event next year.”

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