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Winner Lancaster’s Evelyn Crenshaw couldn’t wait to tell her husband she won $2,500 playing Money Mania! She hasn’t decided what to buy with her prize. Crenshaw bought her winning ticket at Twin Pine Convenience Store in Lancaster. She feels the Lottery’s support of education is great.
Winner David Ramirez, a resident of Hilton Head Island, was one happy man when he found out he won $1,000 playing Cash Bonanza Riches. The first thing Ramirez plans to do with his winnings is share with his wife. Ramirez purchased his winning ticket from Coligny Exxon in Hilton Head Island.
Winner Glenn Kage III, of Lexington, had to take a “double look at his numbers” before realizing he won $1,000 playing Cash Bonanza Riches. Kage hasn’t decided how he will spend his winnings. The lucky ticket was purchased at Quick Server in Lexington. The Lottery’s support of education is one of the reasons Kage plays. “Maybe my kids will benefit someday,” he said
Winner “Wow!” said Timothy Williams, of Charlotte, NC, when he won $520 playing MegaMatch 6. He says one of the reasons he plays the Lottery is its benefit to education. Williams bought his winning ticket at Jacob’s Food Mart #3 in Clover.

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