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25 Win Private Meet and Greet and Autograph Session with Jonathan Ogden

25 All-Pro and Hall-of-Fame Ravens Cash Fantasy players* won two VIP passes to attend a private meet and greet and autograph session with former Ravens All-Pro tackle Jonathan Ogden at Padonia Station on Monday, October 25th.

Ravens Cash FantasyWINNERS
Kenny Beall from Lothian
Lisa Casey from Pasadena
Lisa Cotton from Baltimore
Charles Ensor from Baltimore
Tammy Gholston from Catonsville
Dianne Guy from Baltimore
Adam Harvey from Parkville
Dave Hodge from Frederick
Glory Hunter from Upper Marlboro
Diane Jablonski from Ocean Pines
Bobby Maddox from Baltimore
Tom McFadden from Mt. Airy
Darlene McNeal from Rising Sun
Rex Miller from Pasadena
Betty Moore from Arnold
Lynda Neser from Ellicott City
Rony Pressard from Silver Spring
Ray Robertson from Parkville
Harold Shover from Hampstead
Rick Stielper from Fallston
Gina Stratakes from Cockeysville
Elnora Taylor from Waldorf
Jodi Williams from Randallstown
Phyliss Wilson from Centreville
Pamela Zavala from Cockeysville

If you aren’t a winner don’t forget that we’re giving away $2,000 cash (four $500 prizes), tickets to a future Ravens home game and more at the Ravens Cash Fantasy party from 6-8 PM. Plus, there will be an interactive question and answer session with Ogden that all attendees can participate in.

*Extra Yards totals as of Sunday, October 17 at 11AM.

Lottery Hits a Home Run with “Hit It Here” Orioles Promotion [VIDEO]

Update: Wednesday, October 6
Congratulations goes out to Lillie May Campbell of Baltimore. Lillie was selected from our 58 fans of the game as the winner of the 2011 Orioles Spring Training grand prize as part of the Reese’s scratch-off Hit It Here contest.

Reese's Hit It HereThe Lottery has once again teamed up with the Baltimore Orioles for an exciting second-chance contest.  Lottery players who mail in two non-winning Reese’s™ scratch-off tickets will have the chance to become a Fan of the Game.

Beginning June 4th, a Fan of the Game will be randomly selected for every remaining 2010 Orioles home game and will be announced during the top of the first inning on Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), the official television network of the Orioles.  If an Orioles player hits a home run that hits the Maryland Lottery Hit It Here sign in centerfield, the Fan of the Game selected for that game will win $100,000.  If a home run is not hit, or if an Orioles home run that is hit does not hit the Hit It Here sign, the Fan of the Game for that game will win $100 worth of Reese’s™ scratch-off tickets and entry into the Grand-Prize drawing.  At the end of the promotion, a Grand-Prize winner will be selected to win a trip for two to Orioles Spring Training in Sarasota, FL. The drawing will take place on Wednesday, October 6th.

Visit www.mdlottery.com/hitithere for rules and more details.

Hit It Here Fans of the Game

Friday, June 4 – Christopher Scott from Ft. Washington
Saturday, June 5 – Richard Farver from Taneytown
Sunday, June 6 – Barbara Binkley from Halethorpe
Tuesday, June 8 – William O’Connor from Owings Mills
Wednesday, June 9 – Mark McClelland from Cockeysville
Thursday, June 10 – Rose Myers from Nottingham
Friday, June 11 – Niazi Al-Aswadi from Potomac
Saturday, June 12 – Daniel LeBrun from Baltimore
Sunday, June 13 – Elaine Biernat from Baltimore
Tuesday, June 22 – Latoya Kenion from District Heights
Wednesday, June 23 – Tina Jacobs from Hurlock
Thursday, June 24 – Kelly May Baggerly from Nottingham
Friday, June 25 – Cynthia Prize from Clinton
Saturday, June 26 – Frederick Donovan from Baltimore
Sunday, June 27 – Tameka Brown from Silver Spring
Tuesday, June 29 – Lillie May Campbell from Baltimore
Wednesday, June 30 – J.R. Massey from Baltimore
Thursday, July 1 – Eric Snyder from Ocean City
Friday, July 16 – Angela Lane from Easton
Saturday, July 17 – Robert Wehland from Stevensville
Sunday, July 18 – Ashley Baker from Baltimore
Monday, July 19 – David Lotts from Roanoke, VA
Tuesday, July 20 – Inez Blement from Baltimore
Wednesday, July 21 – Gregory DeGross from Baltimore
Thursday, July 22 – Denise Clarkson from Rising Sun
Friday, July 23 – Brandon Bazemore from Windsor Mill
Saturday, July 24 – Tomas Sutjiaro from Silver Spring
Sunday, July 25 – Dana Becker from Baltimore
Tuesday, August 3 – Russell Meyer II from Burke, VA
Wednesday, August 4 – Gerald Dunn from Westminster
Thursday, August 5 – Valerie Allen from Leonardtown
Friday, August 6 – Yolanda Jackson from Mt. Airy
Saturday, August 7 – Mark Widman from Catonsville
Sunday, August 8 – Chereese Barrett from Baltimore
Monday, August 9 – Tanya Cooper from Annapolis
Monday, August 16 – Sylvia Taylor from Westminster
Tuesday, August 17 – Barb White from Baltimore
Wednesday, August 18 – Carolyn M. Williams from Baltimore
Thursday, August 19 – Trula Hein from Fallston
Friday, August 20 – Michael Pederson from Baltimore
Saturday, August 21 – Gerri Purkey-Oho from Kingsville
Sunday, August 22 – Sondra Krebs from Finsburg
Tuesday, August 31 – Cheryl Cole from Brookeville
Wednesday, September 1 – Dorothy Jenkins from Brooklyn
Thursday, September 2 – Nancy Burke from Parkville
Friday, September 3 – Lori Lasser from Machanicsville
Saturday, September 4 – Megan Bjorklund from Baltimore
Sunday, September 5 – Chris Moran from Frostburg
Monday, September 13 – Ray Callaway from Crisfield
Tuesday, September 14 – Keisha Sawyer from Baltimore
Wednesday, September 15 – Donna Morris from Westminster
Friday, September 17 – Naomi Bennett from Baltimore
Saturday, September 18 – Charles Clauss from Glen Burnie
Sunday, September 19 – Linda Montgomery from Joppa
Thursday, September30 – Kathy Mitcham from Ft. Washington
Friday, October 1 – JoAnn Hammonds from Laurel, DE
Saturday, October 2 – Kenneth Saunders from Baltimore
Sunday, October 3 – Earl Harris from Baltimore

The Reese’s scratch-off launches today, Monday, May 17. It is a $2.00 ticket with a top prize of $20,000. Look for it at a Maryland Lottery retailer near you.

Racetrax Party – Glory Days, Frederick, MD

Our Racetrax celebration continued last Thursday at Glory Days in Frederick. This week’s $500 winners include:

Mark Vaszil from Reisterstown
Chuck Jones from Parkville
Melissa Knoepfle from Frederick
Terrie Osteen from Frederick


The next party takes place from 6–8 PM, this Wednesday, May 12th at Padonia Station in Timonium with 98 Rock’s Mickey Cucchiella.  Trot on by for your chance to win! Play Racetrax now and get 6 for $5 on all trifecta bets.

Harford LIVE – Home and Garden Show

20 Win FREE Tickets through Snapshots Wired

harford live - home and garden showOnce 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

Parkville Man Becomes First Maryland Powerball Winner

First $10,000 Ticket Claimed in the State

Powerball - Ron TRon “T”, as he prefers to be called, has the notable distinction of being the very first Marylander to claim a third-tier Powerball win. Smiling broadly as he was enthusiastically greeted by Lottery staff, the Parkville resident said, “My wife always checks the numbers on the Internet after I purchase one, but I never win.”  This time, his wife didn’t check online and Ron’s luck took a turn for the better.

Ron bought his ticket on Wednesday, February 3rd and decided to check it himself a couple of days later at the retailer.  “The clerk checked it and he said it was too big to cash, that’s when I got excited,” said the retired Federal government worker.  He later found out that the ticket was worth $10,000.

With his windfall, Ron, and his wife of 53 years, plan to pay bills, give some money to the grandkids and go out to dinner.  “I guess my wife shouldn’t check the numbers anymore….,” said the happy winner.

Powerball went on sale in Maryland on Sunday, January 31st.  Tickets that were purchased on that date were eligible for the first drawing on Wednesday, February 3rd.   Drawings take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Ron purchased his winning Powerball ticket at J Convenience, located at 8765 Satyr Hill Rd. in Baltimore.

25 Win Tickets To The 2010 Motor Trend International Auto Show

Last week, recipients of our FREE e-mail newsletter, Sn@pshots Wired, were given the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to the 2010 Motor Trend International Auto Show for February 11-14 at the Baltimore Convention Center.

2010 Motor Trend International Auto ShowAND THE WINNERS ARE…

Peggy Beall from Glen Burnie
Dennis Bradford from Cambridge
Victoria Brown from Fort Washington
Alhusine Deen-Sie from Lanham
Carolyn Delly from Baltimore
Nancy Edgeworth from Cambridge
James Eveson from Parkville
Leslie Freeman from Windsor Mill
Lynnette Hendricks from Pikesville
Glenda Hinton from Temple Hills
Jennifer Holtzapple from Pasadena
Curtis Hutsler from Baltimore
Ella Johnson from Baltimore
Chuck Jones from Parkville
Jonathan Joppy from Baltimore
Vella Joy from Catonsville
India King-Hamilton from Essex
Ronald Lilley from Ellicott City
Leticia Martinez from Riverdale
Cartina Pinkney from District Heights
Gregory Swiatowski from Severna Park
Kenneth Webster from Pasadena
John Whitcomb from Sykesville
Pat Wilburn from Middle River
Noel Zapanta from Baltimore

Do you want to receive exclusive insider information including chances to win tickets, participate in contests, promotional announcements, winners stories and more?  Sign-up for Sn@pshots Wired today at www.mdlottery.com.

JUST ANNOUNCED: Ravens Cash Fantasy Season Tickets for Life Winner

Ravens Cash FantasySeason Tickets for Life
Kimberly Feather from Pasadena

Season Tickets for 2010
James Roberson from Silver Spring
Adam Carte from Glen Burnie
Stephen Taylor from Westminster
Karen Kaiser from Glen Burnie

2010 Skybox Tickets
Chris Baughan from Baltimore
Orion Flaherty from Baltimore
Jacqueline Brewington from Waldorf
Sandra Fields from Aberdeen
Joseph Parker from Baltimore
Scott Nieman from Lusby
Steven Luber from Mt. Airy
Deborah Valentino from Gaithersburg
Bernard Mills Jr. from Hagerstown
Jane Heill from Cockeysville
Stephanie Hansen from Baltimore
Robert Deener from Brunswick
Steven Thomas from Hagerstown
Joe Fish from Sykesville
Rita Gaither from Pasadena
Stephen Toth from Street
Mark Hasenei from Havre de Grace
Ken Case from Pasadena
Deborah Rayman from Baltimore
Lisa Casey from Pasadena

Autographed Footballs
Karen Simpson from Baltimore
Charlene Dudley from Glen Burnie
Willis West from Baltimore
Dorothy Johnson from Baltimore
Roseanne Kelly from Germantown
Linda Collins from Elkridge
Charles Jones from Baltimore
Laura Jones from Frederick

Game Worn Jerseys
Ron Williamson from Baltimore
Jim Molinelli from Columbia
Artur Demiri from Owings Mills
John Zimmerman from Joppatowne

Autographed Photos
Marvin Arthur from Riverdale
Tracy Beale from White Hall
Monica Beczkowski from Bel Air
John Beever III from Chester
Kimberly Bradds from Edgewood
Bill Bradley from Baltimore
Daniel Burneson from Odenton
John Cinquegrani from Westminster
Richard Cole from Seven Valleys
Michael Council from Landover
Randy Dare from Stevensville
Bradley Duruttya from Brunswick
Michael Evans from Glen Burnie
Joe Evans, Jr. from Baltimore
Natasha Fenwick from Prince Frederick
Jake Freiert from Reisterstown
Donald Gallagher from Severn
Cathy Gentry from Baltimore
Cam Glaws from Charleston, SC
Malynda Goggins from Baltimore
Paula Gore from Ellicott City
Mark Greenwald from Lonaconing
Emily Grove from Reisterstown
Shannon Grove from Bel Air
Sandra Grzybowski from Ocean View, DE
William Hartsock from Dundalk
Jeff Hendershot from Hanover
Jachelle Hill from Lanham
Francis Hissey, Jr. from Glen Burnie
Susan Holthaus from Parkville
Karen Howard from Baltimore
Jay Hufty from Indian Head
Rhonda Jackson from Lusby
Theresa Kinnear-Till from Damascus
Kenneth Kisiner from Pasadena
John Lawler from Mt. Airy
John Leakey, Jr. from Reisterstown
Daria Lovejoy from Silver Spring
Leslie Lowry-Lewis from Sykesville
Frada Lynn from Baltimore
Keith Makin from Dundalk
Rudy Marroquin from Baltimore
Teri Marshall from East New Market
Sarah Martin from Rising Sun
Michael Martin from Dundalk
Barbara Martin from Perry Hall
Brian McCarthy from Rockville
JoAnn McDermitt from Olney
Lee McDorman from Delmar
Robert Noel from Fallston
James Oliver from Baltimore
Mark Pallozzi from Baltimore
Ronald Parker from Baltimore
John Pasterniak from Baltimore
Emmanual Paulo from Germantown
Frederick Pilger from Glen Burnie
Paul Prestianni from Baltimore
Damien Robinson from Bel Air
Carol Rudy from Glen Burnie
Melvin Simpson from Pikesville
Jerry Smith from Baltimore
Henry Smith from Grasonville
Kelly Smith from Severn
Martin Stewart from Jessup
Susan Thompson from Ellicott City
Susan Trabing from Baltimore
Scott Trask from Stevensville
Anna Tzikas from Baltimore
Richard Ullman from Stewartstown, PA
Elizabeth Vernon from Riverdale
Justin Virts from Glen Burnie
Godfrey von Nordeck from Edgewood
Thomas Walters from Perry Hall
Harriet Watkins from Reisterstown
Roger Weaver from Columbia
Matthew Wech from Cockeysville
Corey Weimer from Baltimore
Robert Whittington from Clear Spring
Carol Wieczorkowski from Nottingham
James Wolfe, Jr. from Annapolis

Golden Opportunity for Parkville Man

Wins $10,000 Top Prize on Golden Glitter Scratch-off

William Pilkerton - Golden GlitterWilliam Pilkerton from Parkville has a penchant for purchasing attractive scratch-off tickets.  This morning, the $2 Golden Glitter scratch-off caught his eye and ended up making him a $10,000 winner.

William made his routine morning stop at Canton Market to get a beverage and a couple scratch-offs.  He purchased two Golden Glitter tickets.  He scratched his first ticket to reveal a non-winner. But, as he scratched the second ticket in the store, he quickly put on his glasses. “I wanted to make certain that $10,000 was what my eyes were seeing,” said William.

Immediately he took the ticket to the clerk to check. “Look what you just sold me,” said the married father-of-two as he handed the clerk the winning ticket.  After leaving the market, he made another stop at a local Shoppers Food store. While there, he decided to try his hand again and purchased a Winner Weather scratch-off to win an additional $20.

A supervisor for the H&S Bakery, William plans to pay off a few bills with his winnings and save the rest for a rainy day.

The winning ticket was purchased at Canton Market, located at 2334 Boston St. in Baltimore.

Thirsty Baltimore County Man Finds Fortune

Quick Stop for a Soda Brings $250,000 Mega Millions Wins

A Parkville man was returning from a long day at a charity event last week when he developed a taste for birch beer.  A stop at a roadside store quenched his thirst and also reminded him to pick-up a Mega Millions ticket.  He and his wife play every week and have long believed they were going to win but, so far, no luck.  Maybe the birch beer did the trick, because that ticket turned into $250,000.

As is her habit, the lucky winner’s wife checked the winning Mega Millions numbers at mdlottery.com.  “I couldn’t quite believe so many numbers matched so I called my husband at work,” she told officials.  “I read him our numbers and he confirmed it.  He told me to put the ticket away somewhere safe.”

The couple is keeping their good luck quiet right now, although many will benefit from their good fortune.  Several charitable groups will receive anonymous help and their kids’ college loans will soon disappear.  As for themselves, some home improvement projects and a new car are all possibilities for the present with a new house somewhere in the distant future.

According to our winner, “This money will allow us to do a lot of things we’ve talked about.  It gives us a great sense of security.”  They warned officials that they fully expect to be back at Lottery Headquarters, however.  “We still expect to win the jackpot one day.”

The winning Mega Millions ticket was purchased at Brantwood Liquors, located at 1076 Augustine Herman Hwy. in Elkton.