Oregon Woman Wins Lottery Using Money From Making Face Masks

Sometimes good deeds get rewarded. An Oregon woman who took up sewing face masks when she was laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic recently used some of the earnings to buy a lotto ticket.

Lorna Hewitt of Sisters, Oregon, told Oregon Lottery officials she bought a Keno 8-spot ticket from Sister’s Main Line, and won a total of $126,789.

She says she plans to use some of her winnings to buy more mask-making supplies so she can continue to give back to the community.


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