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Lee's Summit, Missouri: Quiz

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Question 1: The film ________ features footage of a children's prayer conference held at Christ Triumphant Church located at 401 NE Chipman Road.
Ted HaggardAn Inconvenient TruthJesus CampFocus on the Family

Question 2: ________ - Former United States Senator from Georgia
Johnny IsaksonSam NunnSaxby ChamblissPaul Coverdell

Question 3: [3] However, the city's development report estimated its population at 92,927 in 2009,[4] making it the sixth-largest city in the ________ and the sixth-largest city in Missouri.
Kansas City Metropolitan AreaKansas City, MissouriThe OzarksDissected Till Plains

Question 4: About 2.8% of families and 3.8% of the population were below the ________, including 4.7% of those under age 18 and 4.7% of those age 65 or over.
Poverty thresholdBhutanBasic needsCanada

Question 5: William S. Cowherd - Former ________
James A. ReedList of mayors of Kansas City, MissouriElmwood Cemetery (Kansas City, Missouri)Kay Barnes

Question 6: Lee's Summit is a city in Cass and Jackson Counties in the U.S. state of ________.
ColoradoIllinoisMissouriArkansas

Question 7: The ________ extimated the city's population at 84,208 in 2008.
VirginiaDelawareUnited States Census BureauUnited States Census

Question 8: Others, those with Southern sympathies, claim that the town was named after famed Civil War General ________ after Southerners began moving north into Missouri after the war.
J.E.B. StuartJames LongstreetWinfield Scott HancockRobert E. Lee

Question 9: The church and mansion are on the ________.
National Register of Historic PlacesProperty type (National Register of Historic Places)National Park ServiceHistory of the National Register of Historic Places

Question 10: After the war ended he returned and, knowing that the ________ was surveying a route in the area, platted the town with 70 acres (280,000 m2) in the fall of 1865.
Missouri Pacific RailroadAtchison, Topeka and Santa Fe RailwayChicago, Rock Island and Pacific RailroadUnion Pacific Railroad







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