Elizabeth Brom, Prairie du Chien. Photo from biblebee.org
SEVIERVILLE, Tennessee - A Prairie du Chien teen is pitting her memory against 300 other contestants in the National Bible Bee.
The event runs through Saturday in Sevierville, Tenn. It is broken down into three separate divisions based on the age of the contestant. Local competitions determined who would compete at the national tournament.
Elizabeth Brom is competing in the Senior Division. Each division has different requirements. In Elizabeth's division, for example, contestants are required to memorize 700 verses from the Bible books of 1 Timothy and 2 Timothy.
The 300 contestants in the finals are vying for $260,000 in prize money.
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