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Who wants to be a Millionaire? Hosted by Mrs. Crawford
The Prizes 1 - $100 2 - $200 3 - $500 4 - $1,000 5 - $2,000 6 - $4,000 7 - $8,000 8 - $16,000 9 - $32,000 10 - $64,000 11 - $125,000 12 - $250,000 13 - $500,000 14 - $1,000,000
Lifelines Ask the audience
$100 What is the capital of Virginia? B - Elkton A - Richmond C - Harrisonburg D - Washington D.C. A - Richmond
$200 What is the Virginia state bird? B - Blue Jay A - Robin C - Parrot D - Red Cardinal
$500 What town do you live in? B - Crawfordville A - Washington D.C. C - Elkton D - Harrisonburg C - Elkton
$1,000 What is the Virginia state flower? B - Dogwood A - Rose C - Daisy D - Catwood B - Dogwood
$2,000 What is the Virginia state tree? B - Maple A - Oak C - Dogwood D - Cherry C - Dogwood
$4,000 What country do you live in? B - China A - United States of America C - Australia D - Virginia A - United States of America
$8,000 What is the capital of the USA? B - Shenandoah A - Harrisonburg C - Zieglerville D - Washington D.C.
$16,000 What colors are on the American flag? B - red, purple, and white A - blue, yellow, green C - red, white, and blue D - black, white, and red C - red,white, and blue
$32,000 What US symbol is shaped like a pencil? B - Liberty Bell A - Washington Monument C - Bald Eagle D - American flag A - Washington Monument
$64,000 B – Statue of Liberty A – Lady Bell C - Mrs. Crawford D - Spider Man B – Statue of Liberty Who holds the torch that stands for freedom?
$125,000 What is the name of the house the president lives in? B – Blue House A – White House C – Crazy House D – Mrs. Zieglers House A – White House
$250,000 What is the National bird for the USA? B - Robin A – Red Cardinal C - Turkey D – Bald Eagle
$500,000 What continent do we live on? B - Australia A - Antarctica C – North America D - Asia C – North America
$1,000,000 What is the name of the river in Elkton? B – Shenandoah River A – Mississippi River C – Ohio River D – Rio River B – Shenandoah River
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