Sudbury Woman Part Of A Group Who Won A $1 Million Lotto Max Prize!
The following is a release from OLG:
The LOTTO MAX odds have shone in favour of a group of four friends from Ontario! The group had the winning ticket for a MAXMILLIONS prize worth $1 million from the June 11, 2021 LOTTO MAX draw.
The group members are:
Angie Martin of Fitzroy Harbour
Dara Lavoie of Val Caron
Jami Lynn Viveiros of Stouffville
Natasha Howard of Huntsville
"We've only been playing the lottery as a group for six months," Jami, the group leader, shared while at the OLG Prize Centre to collect the group's win. "We've been friends for 27 years – since elementary school!"
"Everyone was in shock and disbelief when we discovered our win," said Jami, a mother of two. "We're still going to play together!"
The group members plan to take a vacation at a cottage with their families in the next couple of weeks.
The winning ticket was purchased on OLG.ca.
Way to go! We love sharing stories like this.
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