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Winner The first person Johnny Kale told when he won $1,000 playing Giant Cash Bonanza was his wife. The Gastonia, NC, resident feels the Lottery’s support of education is great. The winning ticket was purchased at Hickory Point #35 in Blacksburg.
 
Winner “I was so happy,” said Indira Williams when she won $610 playing Palmetto Cash 5. The Columbia resident plans to buy her sons, who are in college, sneakers with her winnings! The lucky ticket was purchased at El Cheapo #7 in Columbia. Willliams feels the Lottery’s support of education is a great thing, because it helps our states children.
 
Winner “Wow!” said Henry Black when he won $600 playing Pick 4. The Columbia resident purchased his winning ticket from The Spinx Company #193 Inc. in Simpsonville. Black believes the Lottery’s support of education is a good idea.
 
Winner The first person Eugene Graham told when he won $2,700 playing Pick 4 was his wife! The Allendale resident says he feels very fortunate. Graham plans to buy a lawn mower with his winnings. The lucky ticket was purchased at Tiger Express #4 in Allendale. The Lottery’s support of education is one of the reasons Graham plays. “I like what the Lottery is doing for education!” he said.
 

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