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Question 1: The town is located approximately fifty miles north of New York City (measured from ________) and approximately ten miles west of Danbury, Connecticut.
Central ParkGreat Lawn and Turtle Pond, Central ParkCentral Park SummerStageCentral Park Medical Unit

Question 2: US Senator ________ 2009-
Kirsten GillibrandChuck SchumerJoe LiebermanJohn McCain

Question 3: Gilead Cemetery has marked gravestones dating back to 1766, and was a principal burying ground to the community throughout the nineteenth century, including that of Enoch Crosby, a ________ soldier
American Revolutionary WarSaratoga campaignAmerican RevolutionNew York and New Jersey campaign

Question 4: A statue memorializing the female ________ sits alongside Lake Gleneida.
John HancockPaul RevereBostonSamuel Adams

Question 5: US Senator ________ 1999 -
Joe LiebermanJohn KerryChuck SchumerKirsten Gillibrand

Question 6: There are no incorporated villages in the town, although the hamlets of Carmel and ________ each have populations sizable enough to be thought of as villages.
Peach Lake, New YorkMahopac, New YorkBrewster, New YorkLake Carmel, New York

Question 7: August 22, 2000 - a 2.5 magnitude ________ was felt.
Geotechnical engineeringLandslideEarthquakeS-wave

Question 8: Ryan Shilling, ________ for the Carmel Rams, #12.
Punter (football)Center (American football)Defensive tackleQuarterback

Question 9: ________ Contestants, The Paolo Family[2]
The Amazing Race 15The Amazing RaceThe Amazing Race (U.S. TV series)The Amazing Race Asia

Question 10: The name of the hamlet/town is almost always pronounced "CAR-m'l", unlike many other Carmels in the United States, such as Carmel, ________, which is "car-MEL".
Sacramento, CaliforniaCaliforniaLos AngelesSan Jose, California







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