World-Wide Knowledge

DANBURY—Knights of Columbus McGivney Council #29 in Danbury held its Fifth Annual Regional Catholic Geography Bee on March 28, with 19 students representing eight schools (Our Lady of Fatima in Wilton, St. Mary in Ridgefield, St. Joseph in Danbury, St. Peter in Danbury, St. Gregory the Great in Danbury, St. Mary in Bethel, St. Joseph in Brookfield, and St. Rose of Lima in Newtown).

The Knights, and two representatives from Immaculate High School had a blast celebrating their accomplishments!

Reggie Stuhr, in Grade 6 at St. Mary School in Ridgefield, won the bee by applying his knowledge of Bangkok, Manila, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua in the 11th and final elimination round, after advancing to that point by answering questions about the Kilauea volcano, the Mediterranean Sea, and Liberia among others.

Peter Burg, in Grade 6 at St. Gregory the Great School in Danbury, achieved second place answering questions ranging from the Great Lakes to Indonesia.

Cameron Reichenbach, in Grade 6 at St. Rose of Lima School in Newtown, won the third-place award with his knowledge spanning from Pearl Harbor to Sri Lanka.

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Cameron Reichenbach about to receive his third-place awards from ((l-r) Burns, Stockmann, Lanni, and. On right is John Pitrelli, Geography Bee Chairman, Knights of Columbus McGivney Council #29 in Danbury.

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Peter Burg, Charlie Stuhr, Cameron Reichenbach