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Group of Federal Co-Workers Win Second-Tier Mega Millions Prize

Sixteen Winners Split $250,000

Mega MillionsIt’s been a few years since a group of 16 Federal Employees have been playing Mega Millions. They purchase tickets once the jackpot grows to over $100 million. They’ve won a little here and there, but on Friday, April 23rd, they won the second-tier prize of $250,000.

The group designated one person to purchase the tickets and he has established a clever way to reveal if the group has won or not. “Well, I designed a spreadsheet.  When I input the winning numbers, it will automatically show if we have won,” he said. “The screen will turn colors.” And, that is what happened when he checked the computer last Saturday. He then called and e-mailed all of the group members.  The group includes 12 men and four women.

Three winners from the group claimed this week. Each member will receive $10,273 after taxes. Some of the winnings will be used towards their children’s education and vacations. The winning ticket was purchased at Harwood Convenience Store located at 6641 Washington Blvd. in Elkridge, Maryland.

The Mega Millions jackpot continues to grow.  Tonight’s jackpot is $224 million.

98 Rock Cinema Cash Weekend Giveaway Winners

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Twenty lucky listeners won a Maryland Lottery-98 Rock prize pack presented by Cinema Cash including:

One (1) $40 Cinema Cash visa gift card
Two (2) passes to the premier of MGM’s Hot Tub Time Machine

Three (3) Cinema Cash scratch-off tickets

The winners are:

Chuck Perdue
Northeast, MD

Thomas Mohler
Port Republic, MD

Ron Fortney
Baltimore, MD

Donna Bullick
Baltimore, MD

Clinton May
Charlestown, MD

Tim Gallagher
Reisterstown, MD

Patty Roberts
Baltimore, MD

John Bardoll
Keadesville, MD

Ronald Marvin
Baltimore, MD

Jason Simmons
Towson, MD

Brendan Rydell
Bel Air, MD

Arden Shaw
Baltimore, MD

Mark Gordon
Owings Mills, MD

Wendy Atkinson
Halethorpe, MD

Heather Seilonen
Phoenix, MD

Keith Vibert
Baltimore, MD

Roy Baldwin
Elkton, MD

Jay Perkins
Reisterstown, MD

Aaron Lovegrove
Elkridge, MD

Cathy Magowan
Baltimore, MD

Columbia Woman Wins $50,000 on Green and Gold Scratch-Off

Shannon Scott - Green and GoldShannon Scott struck gold and took home the green, winning the $50,000 top prize on the Green and Gold scratch-off. The 24-year-old has become a big fan of Lottery games because of her boyfriend who routinely buys Lottery tickets on Friday nights. “We just love playing scratch-offs and the Mega Millions game” she said smiling broadly.

Friday evening her boyfriend of five years bought four different scratch-offs at Lark Brown Liquors. He returned home with his purchases and gave Shannon two of the tickets. Her boyfriend didn’t have any luck with his scratch-offs and Shannon’s first ticket didn’t reveal a win. But, as Shannon scratched the last remaining ticket, her boyfriend noticed a surprised look on her face.

“I’m not sure, but I think we just won $50, 000,” said Shannon as she handed the ticket to her boyfriend to check. They then immediately took the ticket back to the store to confirm their win. The cashier told her to go to Lottery Headquarters because it was such a large amount.

Shannon and her boyfriend have a three-year-old and five-year-old son. She is currently a first-year-student at Howard Community College studying to be a radiology technician. Shannon also works as a waitress at a Mexican restaurant, where she works hard to afford her costly text books for school. Now able to afford those books, Shannon and her boyfriend also plan to pay off some credit card bills, possibly buy a car and put away some money for their children’s college fund.

The winning ticket was purchased at Lark Brown Liquors, located at 6590-A Waterloo Rd. in Elkridge.

JUST ANNOUNCED: Ravens Cash Fantasy Season Tickets for Life Winner

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Howard County Resident Spells Her Way to Top Prize

Wins Super Crossword $50,000 Top Prize

A Jessup woman has always enjoyed scratch-offs from the Maryland Lottery. In fact, she has been very particular about the tickets she buys. She told Lottery officials, “Super Crossword only, thank you.” And, it paid off big-time when she scratched her way to the $50,000 top prize.

The 48-year-old accounts payable professional splits her purchases between three Lottery retailers in her neighborhood. “I alternate between three different stores,” she said, “Mel’s Liquors, Jessup Discount Liquors or my local Shell station.” The lucky winner scratched off her tickets immediately after returning home and couldn’t believe what she saw. She first thought she had won $5,000, then after a second dizzying look rushed off to have a Lottery retailer validate her good luck. “I thought I was going to faint!”

She plans to use the money to pay off a car she recently purchased and to help with her daughter’s tuition at Howard Community College. As for the rest? It will go in the bank and build interest.

The winning ticket was purchased at Jessup Discount Liquors at 7880 Washington Boulevard in Elkridge.