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Covid-19 concerns postpone 25th Trivia Bee

Trivia Bee winners, Internet Research Agency: Rebekah Lea, Andrew Feller, Adam Lane2019 bee winner Internet Research Agency:
Rebekah Lea, Andrew Feller, Adam Lane. / AEF photo

UPDATED, March 10: The Arlington Education Foundation is the host for its 25th annual Arlington Trivia Bee, and it had been set for Sunday, March 22, from 3 to 5 p.m. at Town Hall. But  in the light of the current health concerns, AEF has decided to postpone the events. Stay tuned.

To register a team and learn more about this family-friendly event, visit aefma.org/triviabee >>  

More than 350 people packed Town Hall for the 24th annual Arlington Trivia Bee, on Sunday, March 17, and saw 32 teams in a multiround competition covering topics ranging from history, sports and current events to science, music and literature. 


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AEF provides grants for systemwide initiatives and creative new projects to enhance the educational experience of Arlington’s teachers and students. Community donations enable AEF to award approximately $100,000 annually in grants to the Arlington Public Schools. For more information on AEF and its grants, visit www.aefma.org. 


March 20, 2019: 24th Trivia Bee crowns Internet Research Agency champs

Feb.-March 2018: 23rd annual Trivia Bee draws crowd, part of $24K for education | More photos from '18 >>
March 28, 2017: NOT SO TRIVIAL: Stratton Smarties sweep 22nd bee
March 26, 2016: 21st annual Trivia Bee raises more than $10,700 for schools
March 24, 2015: Education foundation trivia bee raises $6,900 for public schools

This news announcement was published Friday, March 6, and updated March 10.

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