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Winner Banesha Pinckney won $2,600 playing Pick 4 and couldn’t wait to share the good news with her family. The Columbia resident says she’ll share some of her prize with her family. Pinckney says one of the reasons she likes to play the Lottery is the benefit to education. She bought her ticket at A-1 Foods in Columbia.
 
Winner MegaMatch 6SM is the game Emily Alford played and won $520. The Lexington resident plans to use the money to celebrate her and her husband’s birthday. Alford purchased her ticket at Pantry Express #612 in Columbia.
 
Winner “I’m happy.” That’s what Samuel Young said when he played Money Tree and won $2,500. The Chester resident says the Lottery’s support of education is a good idea. Young bought his ticket at Grants Grocery in Chester.
 
Winner Edgefield’s Maria Allen played Palmetto Cash 5 and won $900. She says she was so happy to win she screamed! Allen enjoys playing the Lottery to help support education. She purchased her ticket at Bi-Lo #423 in Aiken.
 

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