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Georgetown couple celebrates $250K lottery win with quiet dinner at home

Source: S.C. Education Lottery Source: S.C. Education Lottery

GEORGETOWN, SC (WMBF) – A Georgetown county couple celebrated a $250,00 lottery scratch ticket with a quiet fish dinner at home.

The husband purchased the winning Cash Winfall ticket at the SM Mart on S. Fraser Street in Georgetown, according to a news release from the SC Education Lottery.

“I was in the kitchen cooking dinner when he came in and showed me the ticket,” said the winner’s wife. “I could tell he was a little emotional.”

“No, I was relieved,” the husband said.

He says he’s played the lottery for years, waiting for his moment to celebrate, the release states.

And to the winner winner goes the…fish dinner.

“That’s what I was cooking,” the wife said.

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