Star Wars fans don't 'have a bad feeling' about trivial pursuit at PCC
By Airman 1st Class Wesley Carter , 30th Space Wing Public Affairs
/ Published August 12, 2008
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. --
Star Wars fan you are?
If so then be sure to attend the monthly Star Wars trivial pursuit contest on the second Friday of every month at the Pacific Coast Club. The group has been meeting since October of last year.
"We have seen numbers fluctuate from as high as 30 to what you see now," said Lt. Col Cynthia Provost, a Star Wars enthusiast, referring to the six people in the room Friday night.
Although the competition is fierce, both teams usually obtain all pieces of the pie by the time a winner was crowned. The event takes place so people can have fun.
"We use the event as a way to network with people on base who have similar interests," Colonel Provost said.
Whether you are a Star Wars aficionado that understands the difference between an X-Wing Fighter and a Saesee Tiin Jedi Starfighter Vehicle or you're a casual fan that just enjoys watching the movie, the trivia night is a good chance to meet fellow fanatics of the second highest grossing movie in America. No matter how much of the Force resides in you, the trivial pursuit night is a must for any true fan.