Central woman bought a ticket when her son did and came up a winner.
A Central woman’s son bought a lottery ticket, so she decided to get one too. He won $15. She won $100,000. The winner admitted she doesn't play often and was confushed by what she saw printed on her Money Maker scratch-off ticket. She said her son convinced her that she was the winner of $100,000, but she wasn't so sure. It was not until lottery officials confirmed the win that she started smiling. “Oh, I’m smiling now,” she said mentioning the new washer, dryer, and living room furniture she is planning to buy. When asked if she was going to share her winnings with her son, “I’ll give him another $15,” she laughed. “That’s all he needs.” Pilot Travel Center in Clinton will receive $1,000 for selling the ticket.