Take this quiz for a chance to win a $50 gift card to an establishment in Covington, KY. There will be 5 winners selected. This quiz will end on January 31, 2022. 

Stay tuned for fun campaigns and events throughout 2022 to celebrate the Covington Business Council's 50th Anniversary! 

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* 1. Address

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* 2. Residents of Latonia, which had been classified as a fourth-class by the state, voted in favor of annexation by Covington in what year?

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* 3. Covington is named for Leonard Covington. What was his claim to fame?

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* 4. What organization was considered to be the driving force behind early efforts to annex smaller cities that shared a border with Covington?

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* 5. What year was the town of Covington – the city’s forerunner – established?

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* 6. What well-known Christmas song was written by Covington native Haven Gillespie?

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* 7. The exterior of the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption on Madison Avenue near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard was modeled after what other iconic religious structure?

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* 8. The French-born artist Henry Farny, who died in 1916 and whose paintings can command hundreds of thousands of dollars today, had a studio at 1031 Banklick Street for many years. His best-known paintings depict:

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* 9. After completing work on what is now known as the Roebling Suspension Bridge, the architect John Roebling began work on another bridge project. What was it?

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* 10. In November of 1968, the Covington-Kenton-Boone Chamber of Commerce endorsed a development plan for Covington’s riverfront that called for:

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* 11. Covingtonian John White Stevenson, an attorney who had served in the Kentucky House and the U.S. House of Representatives, was the Kentucky lieutenant governor in 1867. He became governor just five days after being sworn in for that position when Governor John L. Helm: 

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