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Winner Travelers Rest resident, Gary Rogers is tossing around some ideas on how to use the $10,000 he won playing Money Maker 2. Rogers purchased his ticket at Quick Stop in Greenville. He says the Lottery’s support of education is a very good thing.
 
Winner Chris Fields, of Belton, won $1,000 instantly when he played Cash Blast! He bought his ticket at KMO #107 in Belton. Fields plans on saving his prize. He says one of the reasons he plays the Lottery is its support of education.
 
Winner The first person Teresa Henderson, of Boiling Springs, told when she won $1,000 playing Deal or No Deal™ was her boss. According to Henderson, winning is amazing. She is looking forward to sharing some of the prize with her grandchildren. The ticket was purchased from Rainbow Corner in Boiling Springs.
 
Winner Bill McDavid, of Easley, couldn’t believe he won $550 playing South Carolina’s own rolling jackpot game – MegaMatch 6SM. The lucky ticket was purchased from Hurricane Corner in Piedmont. “It is great to know it [the Lottery] is trying to improve education,” McDavid said.
 

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