A once-in-a-lifetime experience is about to take place for some extremely lucky Marylanders. Ten winners were selected through the Lottery’s Ravens Cash Fantasy contest to accompany the Baltimore Ravens to their November 21st game vs. the Carolina Panthers. Each winner will receive a trip-for-two which includes: flying to North Carolina on the team plane with the Ravens; a one-night hotel stay at the team hotel; tickets to the Ravens vs. Panthers game; and $500 spending money. The winners, who hail from all over the state, are:
- Tracey Jessilonis from Pasadena
- Edward Maddox from Gwynn Oak
- Mike Allaire from Glen Burnie
- Charles Bardo from Severn
- Heather Street from Pylesville
- Denise Riley from Halethorpe
- Felicia Peddicord from Baltimore
- Howard Keyser from Baltimore
- Michele Edelmann from Middle River
- Elizabeth Mauk from Sharpsburg
Ravens Cash Fantasy players are encouraged to keep registering their EXTRA YARDS in the ticket’s Internet promotion. Prizes such as season tickets for life, season tickets for 2011, VIP training facility tour, framed autographed jerseys, autographed footballs, and autographed photographs remain to be won. Visit mdlottery.com/ravens for details on prizes, drawing dates and more.
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20 Win FREE Tickets through Snapshots Wired
Once again, the Maryland Lottery will participate in Harford LIVE! Home and Garden Show at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, MD Saturday, April 24th and Sunday, April 25th. The show features over 300 exhibitors including custom home builders, remodelers, nurseries, interior designers, kitchen experts and more. You’ll find us on the second floor club level with our popular prize wheel. Stop by and Let Yourself Play!
Sign-up for Snapshots Wired for a chance to win tickets to events throughout the state. You never know when we’re going to send you a note asking you to register to win tickets to a variety events including the Orioles, Merriwheather Post Pavilion concerts and more. Sign-up today at www.mdlottery.com.
Harford LIVE! Home and Garden Show Winners
Abiola Abiodun from Baltimore
Terry Marsh from Aberdeen
Eva-Lynn Whalen from Port Deposit
Rajendra Prasad from Baltimore
Nancy Bushover from White Hall
Calvin Green from Upper Marlboro
Kathy Kares from Bel Air
Robin Goldinger from West River
Jacqueline Tinsley from La Plata
Clary Faust from Baltimore
Michael Sharman from Glen Burnie
Robin Weiss from Kensington
Glenn Dye from Stevensville
Patricia Gayles from Baltimore
John Currens from Rosedale
Nelson Stubbs from Chesapeake City
Carol Monfredo from Parkville
Alisa Hammond from Gwynn Oak
Mark Mentz from Baltimore
Carolyn Causey from Ridgely
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Gwynn Oak Woman Wins $40,000 on 5 Times the Money Scratch-Off
The prospect of winning big money was not the big reason for the 73-year-old player’s scratch-off purchase. The winner of the 5 Times the Money top prize said that fun was the motivator when she bought her tickets over two weeks ago. “It’s just fun,” said the widowed mother-of-two and grandmother-of-four. “I never expected to win.”
The woman, who was accompanied by her son to claim her prize, won $10 playing 5 Times the Money and decided to use her winnings to buy two more of the same. “I like that ticket,” she said. “I took them home with me and didn’t scratch them until later that evening.”
When she finally played the ticket, she revealed her $40,000 prize. An Instructional Assistant in Baltimore County for 31 years, the recently retired winner couldn’t believe her good fortune. “I was happy, but I didn’t get too excited,” she said. “I showed the ticket to my son and told him it would be our secret.”
She then repeated that she buys scratch-offs to have a good time, but added that she could use the money. She intends to share her new-found wealth with her children and fix some things at her house.
The winning ticket was purchased at the T & T Liquors, located at 8622 Liberty Rd. in Randallstown.
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June Promotion Celebrates $1 Billion in Prizes to Players in Fiscal Year 2009
In celebration of reaching the $1 billion prize payout milestone, the Maryland Lottery is awarding over $2.4 million more during the Cash Extravaganza promotion. During the first week of the month-long promotion, 721 Lottery players were randomly selected to win cash prizes. Each day this month, 100 winners will receive prizes between $100 and $600. Two winners will also be chosen each day to receive from $2,500 up to $10,000 with prize amounts determined during the Lottery’s Pick 3/ Pick 4 evening drawings. The first week’s two daily winners include:
- Pamela Price-Murray from Baltimore, John Hoffman from Marriottsville, Audrey Millner from Capitol Heights, and Charles Carter from Gwynn Oak each won $10,000;
- Linda Vines from Laurel, Joyce Blains from Capitol Heights, Charles Atkins from Waldorf, and Terrence Ross from Hyattsville each won $7,500;
- Logan Martin from Lanham and Frank Sorrentino from Beltsville each won $5,000; and
- Gilbert Young from Baltimore, Thomas Hicks from Baltimore, Hobert Hanson from Waldorf, and Herbert Ratclif from Forest Hill each won $2,500.
One finalist will be drawn each day, for a total of 30, to be entered into the Cash Extravaganza Grand Prize drawing at the end of the promotion for the chance to win $1 million. Last week’s finalists include: Amadu Bah from Bowie, Glenn Makovsky from Denton, James Griffin from Springdale, Judy Kelly from Pasadena, Jerrell Reddick from Washington, DC, Pamela Duffy from Capitol Heights, and George Dennison from Baltimore.
Players may enter one of two ways at mdlottery.com/lucky: either by purchasing a Livin’ Lucky scratch-off and entering the ticket’s eight-digit Lucky Code OR via the eight-digit Coupon Number from Bonus Coupons randomly generated when purchasing a Lottery “terminal” ticket valued at $1 or more. Terminal games include Pick 3, Pick 4, Bonus Match 5, Keno, Packaged Keno to Go, Multi-Match, Racetrax and Mega Millions. Players must hold on to their Livin’ Lucky Lucky Codes and Bonus Coupons in order to claim their prizes if they win. For more information on the Cash Extravaganza promotion, visit mdlottery.com/lucky.
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