Contest and Promotion Winners


Spring 2020 Timeless Trivia Answers:

1. What was Dollywood’s original name when it opened in 1961?
Answer: Rebel Railroad

2. What was the nickname for the smoky mountains according to the Cherokee?
Answer: Land of the Blue Smoke

3. What is the name of the tallest peak in the Blue Ridge Mountain Range?
Answer: Mount Mitchell

4. What two states do the Smoky Mountains cover?
Answer: Tennessee and North Carolina

Flag Day 2020 Contest Winners:

Chris W. - Olathe, KS
Claudia C. - Wichita, KS
Darwin D. - Alma, KS
William L. - Emporia, KS
Cole D. - Kansas City, MO
Sandra E. - Baldwin City, KS
Peggy S. - Manhattan, KS
Wayne M. - Kansas City, MO
Bill S. - Topeka, KS
Robert S. - Frankfort, KS

CapFed® Bingo – Home Edition $50 Visa® Gift Card Winner:

 Stacey M. - Kansas City, MO

Winter 2020 Timeless Trivia Winners

Joan M. - Spring Hill, KS
Kathleen W. - Topeka, KS
Gordon, A. - Olathe, KS
Bonnie N. - Lawrence, KS
Steve G. - Lawrence, KS
Bob L. - Topeka, KS
Evelyn M. - Shawnee, KS
Sondra, T. - Prairie Village, KS
Helen N. - Lenexa, KS
Dwane W. - Overland Park, KS

Winter 2020 Timeless Trivia Answers:

1. The first person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel was Annie Taylor, in 1901. What was her profession?
Answer: Schoolteacher

2. In the 1953 film noir movie, Niagara, what famous movie star played Rose Loomis?
Answer: Marilyn Monroe

3. Niagara Falls is made up of three waterfalls: The American Falls, Horseshoe Falls and what’s the name of the third waterfall?
Answer: The Bridal Veil Falls

4. Niagara Falls State Park is the oldest state park in the United States. In what year was it established?
Answer: 1885

Fall 2019 Timeless Trivia Winners:

Ingrid D. – Olathe, KS
Kim E. – Topeka, KS
Evon R. – Wichita, KS
Steve Z. – Topeka, KS
Irma T. – Lawrence, KS
Jeff C. – Shawnee, KS
Teresa B. – Lake Quivira, KS
Nina O. – Wichita, KS
Colista A. – Overland Park, KS
Martha E. – Shawnee, KS

Fall 2019 Timeless Trivia Answers: 

1: Who was the Grand Marshal of the 2019 Tournament of Roses Parade?
Answer: Chaka Khan

2: The famous Hollywood sign was built in 1923, and originally said what?
Answer: Hollywoodland

3: There are 5 categories of inductees for the Hollywood Walk of Fame: Motion Pictures, TV, Recordings/Music, Radio and Theatre/Live Performance. Who is the only celebrity to have a star in all five Walk of Fame categories?
Answer: Gene Autry

4: What is the name of the famous tar pits in LA that preserved the bones of trapped animals?
Answer: The La Brea Tar Pits

S'more Time with Family Big Cedar Lodge Giveaway Winner:

Jeff S. - Olathe, KS

Summer 2019 Timeless Trivia Winners:

Barbara J. – Valley Center, KS
Mary Lou D. – Topeka, KS
Martha G. – Lawrence, KS
Collette L. – Wichita, KS
Mary G. – Kansas City, MO
Dean M. – New Braunfels, TX
Josephine W. – Wichita, KS
Brenda F. – Lawrence, KS
Marilyn D. – Olathe, KS
Eileen G. – Kansas City, MO
Bill S. – Lawrence, KS

Summer 2019 Timeless Trivia Answers:

1: Who was the only President born in New York City?
Answer: Theodore Roosevelt or Donald Trump Jr.

2: How many windows are in the Statue Of Liberty’s crown?
Answer: 25

3: New York City has two Major League Baseball teams. What are they?
Answer: Yankees and Mets

4: Emily Warren Roebling was the first person to cross the Brooklyn Bridge in 1883 and carried what animal on her lap as a symbol of victory?
Answer: Rooster

2019 Capitol Federal® VIP Experience Winner:
Jeremy H.  - Topeka, KS

2019 Friday Favorites $500 Visa® Gift Card Winner:
Kathy P.  - Topeka, KS