Residents of Chester, Germantown claim prizes at Maryland Lottery headquarters
Two Maryland Lottery players, one from Chester and one from Germantown, claimed $10,000 prizes at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore in the last week.
On June 19, a 42-year-old woman from Chester picked up her prize from a $10,000 win on the $20 Max A Million scratch-off. The game still has five of its original seven top prizes of $1 million remaining as well as eight $50,000 prizes and 37 $10,000 prizes. The Queen Anne’s County player bought her winning ticket at the Stevensville Citgo, 101 Duke Street, in Stevensville.
On June 18, a 61-year-old Germantown woman claimed a $10,000 prize from the May 24 Mega Millions drawing when the jackpot prize was $393 million. Though no one hit for the jackpot in that drawing, the Germantown winner was one of 20 people nationwide to hit for $10,000. She bought her winning ticket at Seneca Convenience store, which is located at 12611-F Wisteria Drive in Germantown.
Congratulations to these winners!