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Scituate, Massachusetts: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: Ryan Whitney, NHL defenseman for the ________
2009–10 Anaheim Ducks seasonLos Angeles Kings2008–09 Anaheim Ducks seasonAnaheim Ducks

Question 2: Bruce Laird, former NFL football player for Baltimore Colts, 1972–1981 (Pro Bowl 1972), and ________, 1982–1983
Oakland RaidersSan Diego Chargers2010 San Diego Chargers season2009 San Diego Chargers season

Question 3: There is no air service in town; the closest regional airport is Marshfield Municipal Airport, and the closest national and international air service is at ________ in Boston.
Logan International AirportNewark Liberty International AirportJohn F. Kennedy International AirportO'Hare International Airport

Question 4: On the state level, Scituate is mostly represented in the ________ as a part of the Fourth Plymouth district, which also includes the town of Marshfield.
Massachusetts SenateMassachusetts House of RepresentativesMassachusetts General CourtRhode Island House of Representatives

Question 5: ________ was a significant part of the local economy in the past, as well as the sea mossing industry.
Wild fisheriesFishing industryFishing techniquesFishing

Question 6: Mark Goddard, actor known for his role as "Major Don West" in the series ________
The Swiss Family Robinson (1975 TV series)The Time TunnelAlice in Wonderland (1985 film)Lost in Space

Question 7: Scituate used to be the site of international broadcasting radio station ________, which broadcast on the shortwave bands in the late 1960s.
KTTVKCOP-TVWNYWWWOR-TV

Question 8: William Cushing, one of the original six justices on the ________.
United States ConstitutionUnited States courts of appealsUnited States CongressSupreme Court of the United States

Question 9: Scituate was settled by a group of people from Plymouth about 1627, who were joined by immigrants from the County of ________ in England.
MedwayKentCanterburyRamsgate

Question 10: Mike Wankum, weatherman for ________ News Channel
WNNEWMTWWCVB-TVWMUR-TV
















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