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Winner Jerry Workman, of Spartanburg, won $600 playing Palmetto Cash 5. His wife told him he was a winner, Workman said. After he tithes to his church, he said his wife will share the remainder of the prize. "We share everything." Workman, who claimed his prize April 22, purchased his ticket from Raceway in Inman.
 
Winner On the suggestion of his co-workers, Brian Parker, of Garden City, played Struck by Luck and walked away with $13,000. Parker, who claimed his prize April 22, purchased his lucky ticket from Quick Stop #3062 in Surfside Beach.
 
Winner Vic Watson, of Cramerton, N.C., said he praised God for his $10,000 win in Pick 4. Watson, who claimed his prize April 21, purchased his ticket from Lake Wylie Mini Market #1 in Clover.
 
Winner Rachael Nalley, of Pickens, won $1,000 playing Cash Bonanza 2, but this is not her first time winning. She said the lottery's support of education is one of the reasons she plays. "That is why I voted for it," said Nalley, who claimed her prize April 20. Her winning ticket was purchased from Tobacco Warehouse in Pickens.
 

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