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Winner The first person Perry Wilson, of Greenville, told when he won $5,000 playing Money Mania was his son! Wilson has decided to save his winnings. The winning ticket was bought at Hickory Point 153 #11 in Greenville.
Winner Mary Hardin, of Hickory Grove, was excited to learn she won $1,000 playing Cash Bonanza Riches. She first told her sister the good news. Hardin bought her lucky ticket from Mini Mart in York. The Lottery’s support of education is one of the reasons she plays. “I think a lot of kids will go to school that ordinarily couldn’t go,” she said.
Winner The first person Luis Martinez told when he won $80,000 playing Bingo Doubler was his nephew! The Williamston resident plans on taking a vacation. Martinez purchased his winning ticket at Los Garcia LLC in Greenville.
Winner Lois Miller, of Jackson, was “elated” when she told her husband she won $1,000 playing Gimme 5. She is planning to take her husband out to dinner to celebrate. Miller purchased her winning ticket from Discount Tobacco Outlet in Beech Island.

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