Great grandmother wins Kansas LotteryMonday October 25th 2010
Marilyn Camden who is a great grandmother wins the Kansas Lottery scooping a $1.3 million jackpot. Although this would allow her to comfortably retire, this lottery winner has no intentions of doing so despite her newfound wealth. Expecting a check for around $950,000 after taxes Camden still plans to carry on working as an office manager and although her actual age has not been revealed, this Kansas Lottery winner is believed to be of retirement age.
This Kansas Lottery winner is from the Washington County of Hanover and won this fantastic lottery prize on the Super Kansas Cash draw which took place on Wednesday evening. Camden plans to pay off some bills with her lottery win and also plans to share some with her two children, as well as her four grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Players on the Kansas Lottery will be getting excited over another of this state lottery games this week. The Hot Lotto game which next has a draw on 27th October has a fantastic jackpot of just over $9.9 million up for grabs, so there couldn’t be a better game for Kansas Lottery players to buy lottery tickets for this week.
In saying that, Kansas is one of the states that participates in both the PowerBall and MegaMillions multistate lottery games. The MegaMillions is currently boasting a $118 million jackpot and the PowerBall has $72 million, so Kansas Lottery players have plenty of choices of games to play that are offering staggering jackpots this week.
So if you are feeling lucky, then why not grab some tickets for one of these games on offer from the Kansas Lottery.
Written by Peter Kirkham