This is what I found on NYPost.com:
She’s a lucky sew-and-sew!
An Oregon woman won a $126,784 jackpot in the lottery — after buying the winning ticket with the money she made sewing coronavirus face masks.
“I don’t play a lot,” said winner Lorna Hewitt, who bought her winning Keno-8 ticket at a grocery store in the town of Sisters. “But I thought — I was doing something to help. Maybe I would win,” she said in a press release from the Oregon Lottery.
UPDATE: @ariellektvz talked with a Sisters woman who used some of the money she made sewing face masks to buy an Oregon Lottery Keno ticket — and hit it big, to the tune of $127K. https://t.co/maU856C1xg
— KTVZ NewsChannel 21 (@KTVZ) May 27, 2020
— New York Post (@nypost) May 29, 2020
JACKPOT: A woman used the money she made from making & selling face masks to buy a lottery ticket, & won $126,000.https://t.co/aBMLcptS4g
— WTTE FOX 28 (@fox28columbus) May 28, 2020
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