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April 28, 2006:
Which astronaut from New Mexico was one of the last two men to walk on the moon?
Answer: Harrison Jack Schmitt, who was also the only scientist to walk on the moon. A geologist by training, Jack brought back many important rock samples and participated in analyzing them.
Winner: Hope Steinman of Raleigh, NC

April 21, 2006:
Which Senator from Wisconsin organized the first Earth Day?
Answer: Gaylord Nelson
Winner: Loyvone M. Washington of Columbia, SC

April 13, 2006:
In what country would you find an ancient Easter tradition called "Smingus-Dyngus," a custom of people pouring or splashing water on each other?
Answer: Poland
Winner: Anne Bourke of Wildwood, NJ

April 7, 2006:
Which country allowed women to vote in an election for the first time on April 4, 2006?
Answer: Kuwait
Winner: John R Lang of Oak Lawn, IL

March 31, 2006:
In which country was the March 29, 2006 solar eclipse first visible?
Answer: Brazil
Winner: Diane Tascione of Colton, CA

March 24, 2006:
According to Forbes, who is the highest paid athlete in the world?
Answer: Tiger Woods at $87 million last year.
Winner: Brady Welsh of Denver, CO

March 15, 2006:
How many places in the United States share the name of Ireland's capital, Dublin?
Answer: According to the US Census Bureau, there are 9 cities.
Winner: Tim Younger of Bala Cynwyd, PA

March 10, 2006:
Where and when was St. Patrick's Day first celebrated in the US?
Answer: First public celebrations were in Boston in 1737. First official celebration was in NYC in 1762.
Winner: Virginia Collins of Philadelphia, PA


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