Students from Eudora High School created a Sierpinski triangle made of 59,049 pennies. They set the record to raise funds for the March of Dimes, collecting a total of $731.83 during the attempt.
Led by the members of the Omega Force Strength Team, a total of 248 people sang Happy Birthday to Jerry Thomas on his 62nd birthday.
A total of 333 students and staff of North Union Middle School in Richwood, Ohio wore fake mustaches at school to raise awareness against bullying. They wore the mustaches to signify that it is okay to be different.
Led by Aaron H., 343 people performed the Bernie dance move.
On March 23rd, staff and customers at 346 Whole Foods Market locations participated in a Chicken Dance event.
Paula and eight-year-old Kasey Garrett created a rainbow made of 342 heart-shaped paper cutouts. It took them an hour to finish their artwork.
A total of 1,500 people with their puppets marched through Lincoln Park to the Capitol in Washington, D.C. on November 3, 2012. They set the record to show support for continued public funding of public media. Read more about the feat here.
Paddle Ball King made a functioning, 9-foot paddle ball. He bounced a ball using the paddle for at least 30 seconds.
A total of 125 people said "Jesus, Jesus, Jesus!" at once. They set the record at Freedom Worship Baptist Church in Blanchester, Ohio.
Tai Star built a pyramid using 700 U.S. quarter coins.
Joshua K. built a beer bottle triangle using 15 bottles.
Trisha created a handmade Valentine's Day postcard measuring 60 inches tall.
103.7 WDBR and Cafe Brio in Springfield, Illinois joined forces to create a horseshoe sandwich measuring 57 inches long by 44 inches wide. The project, set during World Record July, benefited the Children's Miracle Network.
In total, the sandwich contained 150 pounds of ground beef, 10 pounds of Cafe Brio's signature chipotle cheese sauce, over 100 pounds of french fries tossed with garlic and sea salt, was served on over 40 pounds of homemade foccacia onion bread and weighed in at over 400 pounds.
Michele L. and 267 people dressed themselves in Superman costumes. They set the record in front of The Super Museum in Metropolis, Illinois where a giant Superman statue stands.
A total of 5,290 people including The Goddard School children, teachers, family & friends across the nation played Simon Says. They set the record to promote the importance of self-regulating games and the power of learning through play. Learn more about the feat here.
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