Like spelling bees, but for finding stuff! That is such a cool idea!
Natives of the Peninsula will probably remember the Friends of Millard Fillmore Trivia Contest, basically a search skills contest between Peninsula high schools. When I was in high school, the questions were still generally obscure enough that finding answers on the web was not usually as efficient as going to the library, but that may have changed. I would be interested to hear how things have developed.
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