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Anoka, Minnesota: Quiz


Question 1: In 1937, city officials persuaded the ________ to officially grant the title.
United States Senate111th United States Congress110th United States CongressUnited States Congress

Question 2: Highways 10 / 169 and State Highway 47 are three of the main arterial routes, and a station on the ________ line to downtown Minneapolis is located in the city.
Hiawatha LineNorthern Lights ExpressCentral Corridor (Minnesota)Northstar Line

Question 3: While serving in the ________ from 1993 to 2000, Senator Rod Grams kept an office in downtown Anoka
United States Congress110th United States CongressUnited States Senate111th United States Congress

Question 4: Anoka is a city in Anoka County, ________, United States.
MinnesotaSaint Paul, MinnesotaNorth DakotaMinneapolis – Saint Paul

Question 5: ________, former UFC lightweight champion
Nick ThompsonB.J. PennSean SherkHermes Franca

Question 6: The ________ tracks the town by the ID 639396 and the coordinates of 45°11′52″N, 093°23′14″W[6] Coordinates: 45°11′52″N 093°23′14″W / 45.19778°N 93.38722°W / 45.19778; -93.38722
United States Geological SurveyNational Park ServiceMinerals Management ServiceUnited States Fish and Wildlife Service

Question 7: As of the ________[1] of 2000, there were 18,076 people, 7,262 households, and 4,408 families residing in the city.

Question 8: Larry Foyen, trumpet player for ________ and Ray Charles
Maynard FergusonJazzBig bandChick Corea

Question 9: In 1856, C. C. Andrews described Anoka as a "large and handsome village" and noted that ________ logs were floated down the Rum River to sawmills there[4].
PinophytaScots PinePineTsuga

Question 10: Anoka is also the self-proclaimed "________ Capital of the World", due to the fact that it hosted one of the first Halloween parades in 1920.
Halloween around the worldHalloweenEasterMischief night


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