This week's questions:

Q: What milestone will the Nebraska Community Blood Bank celebrate next year?

Q: Who is this month’s recipient of the Teacher of the Month award presented by the Lincoln East Rotary Club and U.S. Bank?

Q: Who is the newest member of the Gateway Sertoma Club?

Q: When was Capitol City Footprinters Chapter #44 formed?

Answers to last week's questions:

Q: Which public middle school in Lincoln has the highest enrollment?

A: Scott Middle School, 2200 Pine Lake Road, with 1,144 students.

Q: What milestone is Redeemer Lutheran Church, 510 S. 33rd St., celebrating this year?

A: Its 100th anniversary as a congregation.

Q: What pharmacy preceded Kohll’s Pharmacy & Homecare at 27th & Vine streets?

A: Wagey Drug. The street corner has been the home of a pharmacy since 1924.

Q: Who was the first chair of the Nebraska Community Foundation?

A: Maxine Moul.

Q: Who is the final regular-season opponent for the Husker women’s volleyball team?

A: The Husker women play host to the University of Iowa next Saturday, Nov. 25.


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