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Winner John Stewart, of York, was shocked when he won $600 playing Palmetto Cash 5. He plans on using the money for a vacation. Stewart thinks the Lottery’s support of education is a great plan. He bought his ticket at Herlong BP in Rock Hill.
Winner Jackie Kershaw, of Columbia, was happy when she realized she had won $790 playing Pick 3. She isn’t sure what she’ll buy with her winnings. Kershaw bought her ticket at Kangaroo Express #3215 in Columbia.
Winner The first person Mullins resident, Margaret Byrd, told when she won $600 playing Palmetto Cash 5 was her husband. Her ticket came from Allread’s Corner Grocer in Mullins. Byrd believes the Lottery’s support of education is a wonderful idea.
Winner Ramesh Patel, of Great Falls, was surprised when he won $600 playing Pick 4. He plans on sharing his money with his family. He purchased his ticket at Piggly Wiggly #66 in Great Falls. He believes the Lottery’s support of education is a great help for the students.

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