Evans lottery ticket winner sought

Circle K sells Decades of Dollar winner

Tuesday, March 6, 2012 10:09 AM
Last updated 11:55 AM
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A Georgia Lottery retailer in Evans has sold a top prize Decades of Dollars ticket worth $250,000 a year for 30 years.

According to a news release, the lucky ticket for Monday’s drawing was purchased at Circle K Store No. 3177 at 4403 Washington Road. Winning numbers from the drawing were: 21-28-32-39-41-42.

The winner now has 180 days from the draw date to claim.

Decades of Dollars is a game played in Georgia, Virginia, Kentucky and Arkansas. It offers a top prize of $250,000 a year for 30 years or a one-time cash option amount of $4 million. The game has a $10,000 second prize.

Decades of Dollars drawings are held at 11 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays. Tickets cost $2 per play.

As with all other Georgia Lottery games, proceeds from Decades of Dollars will benefit education in the state of Georgia.

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owensjef3
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owensjef3 03/06/12 - 12:44 pm
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Please whoever wins don't
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Please whoever wins don't shoot your weapon in the air.

bjphysics
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bjphysics 03/06/12 - 01:10 pm
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If the winner is out there

If the winner is out there reading this, I’m the guy that fixed your tire on the expressway.

Sweet son
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Sweet son 03/06/12 - 01:17 pm
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The lottery folks always like

The lottery folks always like to make a big deal when there is a big win. Do you have to identify yourself publically or can you just sneak in and get your paperwork done? I really wouldn't care for everyone to know!

cozzster
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cozzster 03/07/12 - 08:49 am
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Don't let anyone in Augusta
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Don't let anyone in Augusta know your name, with all the crime there it's only a matter of time before you are found.

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