Woodrow Green bought a ticket for the February 21 drawing. He didn’t know it, but that would turn out to be a million-dollar decision.
Lewis Howard was sitting at home watching TV when his right hand began itching. The Cumberland man remembered his mother telling him an itching hand meant money was coming. That’s when he went out and bought $5 of Mega Millions tickets for the May 17 drawing.
“This can’t be real!”
That was Jerome Turner’s reaction when he realized the Mega Millions ticket in his hand was worth $250,000.
Here at the Virginia Lottery, we take playing very seriously. Fun matters. Excitement matters. And so does the education of Virginia's youngest residents. It's the very reason we play so enthusiastically. Every time you scratch a ticket or pick your numbers for the big jackpot, you are creating winners in education all over the Commonwealth. Last year alone, the Lottery contributed over $487 million to Virginia's public schools. What better reason to get in the game?