Kade Hill led 89 students from the Maine Arts Camp in a parade while dressed as cartoon characters.
William Falk made a gum wrapper ball measuring 11.6 pounds in weight and 8.25 inches in diameter. He used over 10,000 Wrigley gum wrappers.
A total of 1,215 pep squad members of Danvers High School in Danvers, Massachusetts high fived simultaneously.
Pete Moyer led 40 members of Hillsboro Presbyterian Church in saying "I love my mom!". They set the record during their annual mother-child banquet in celebration of Mother's Day.
Ivan C. has a collection of 123 energy drink cans.
Johnson Nayankara has 3,309 candles in his collection. The collection includes a variety of pieces from different countries all over the world including India, Australia, Brazil, China, France, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Poland, Singapore, the U.A.E, the U.S.A. and Zambia.
Alex Cunningham built a 5 x 5 soda can square.
Paul Zimmerman won by a margin of 93 points on Game 21 of Street Racer for Atari 2600. He earned 99 points while his opponent earned only six points.
Julie W. built a plastic cup triangle using 231 cups.
Nate H. documented a pizza crust air bubble 12.7 centimeters (5 inches) in length.
John Chlarson caught a 21-pound carp using a Pen Fishing Rod. The
fishing rod has telescoping reel that begins at 8 inches in length, but
extends to 30 inches when in use.The fish itself measures 30 inches in
length and has a 24 inch girth.
Logos Bible Software hired a Philly Boys Cheesesteak truck to serve cheesesteaks to 200 of their employees.
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Isabella Ardhuerumly has a collection of 549Kool-Aid Fun Points.
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36 pairs of two set the record, beating the existing mark by six pairs.
The group is part of iD Tech Camp at Princeton University.
Max and 14 of his friends played a game of UNO together.
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