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Cathryn Dick of Cecil Lake is the winner of the first Rotary Mega Lottery Early Bird prize for $10,000 – a sum of money that surprised her completely.

“I was very excited. At first, when I got the call, I thought it was $1,000. I was excited, I went, ‘Yay!’ Half an hour later, when I went online, I realized it was $10,000,” she said.

She hasn’t decided on what to do with the money for sure yet – but she said that she does have family going on Vacation to the Dominican Republic, and she may take her husband and two children with her to join them.

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The next Early Bird prize for $15,000 is still up for grabs. That draw takes place on November 26th at the Totem Mall at 2 PM.

Find out more about buying tickets for the Rotary Mega Lottery, including how to buy tickets and what the big prizes are, here.

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