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APCs Insider, March 29, 2013

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When was the first official Easter egg roll held on the White House lawn?

a. 1837
b. 1878
c. 1925     
d. 1978
Think you know the answer? E-mail Senior Managing Editor Michelle Leppert. If you are one of five randomly selected readers to answer correctly the day you receive your issue, you’ll receive a free three-month trial subscription to the HCPro newsletter of your choice.         
Last week’s question
Which school has won the most NCAA women’s Division I basketball championships?
a. Connecticut
b. Notre Dame
c. Stanford
d. Tennessee
The correct answer is D. The University of Tennessee’s women’s basketball team has captured the NCAA title eight times. The last was in 2009. Tennessee has made 18 Final Four appearances and finished second five times. The University of Connecticut is second with seven championships and made 13 Final Four appearances. Stanford University has only won one NCAA women’s basketball title, but has reached the Final Four 11 times. The University of Notre Dame is the defending national champion and has won three titles in four appearances in the Final Four.

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