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Winner Nola Ashworth, of Simpsonville, won $600 playing Palmetto Cash 5. She said she'll probably take a short vacation with her winnings. She claimed her prize March 23. Her ticket was purchased from Spinx Co. in Simpsonville.
 
Winner Joseph Necheporek, of Lexington, won $600 playing Palmetto Cash 5. He said he plans to put the money toward savings. He claimed his prize March 23. His winning ticket was purchased from Quick Stop in Springdale.
 
Winner Joel Ziegler, of Jonesville, won $15,000 going for the Powerball jackpot. He said he's thinking of of taking his family on a vacation. Ziegler claimed his prize March 24. His winning ticket was purchased from Gene's One Stop #1 in Jonesville.
 
Winner Lydia Brown, of Holly Hill, won $2,900 playing Pick 4. She said she likes playing in part because the lottery supports education. "I feel it's a good thing," she said. "The lottery has helped my daughter." Brown claimed her prize March 23. Her winning ticket was purchased from Quick Pantry in Holly Hill.
 

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