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$100,000 scratch-off shocked purchaser
by Tim Delaney
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Haertig's in Woodsboro was the location where Woodsboro resident Jimbo Lewis won a $100,000 on a $5 Break the Bank scratch-off. Pictured is Ray Niehal, owner of the convenience store, who said he was surprised and happy for Lewis.
Tim Delaney photo Haertig's in Woodsboro was the location where Woodsboro resident Jimbo Lewis won a $100,000 on a $5 Break the Bank scratch-off. Pictured is Ray Niehal, owner of the convenience store, who said he was surprised and happy for Lewis.
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WOODSBORO – “Shocked” was the reaction of a Woodsboro man when he realized he won $100,000 on a $5 scratch-off ticket Friday morning, Aug. 15.

Jimbo Lewis was in Haertig’s convenience store when he purchased the ticket.

“I told the clerk she sold me a winning ticket. She said, ‘Wow! Congratulations,’” Lewis said.

Katrena Doughty, who sold the ticket, was almost as surprised as Lewis.

“I had to look at the ticket a couple of times (to realize what the winnings were),” she said.

Store owner Ray Niehal said he was surprised and happy for Lewis.

Lewis, 57, who has worked for the city of Woodsboro on and off for more than 20 years, said he plans on using the money to purchase a trailer and property.

“I’m just going to live a normal life and continue working at my job,” Lewis said.

“I thank the good Lord for it,” he added.
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