North Carolina women won 200k in NC Education Lottery
North Carolina women named Agnes Gore is going to think about paying some bills and saving for retirement, but a woman who won $200,000 in the lottery first wants to take her 10-year-old grandson to Disney World, according to the North Carolina Education Lottery.
“When I saw it I just started laughing because I really didn’t believe it,” the winner, Agnes Gore of Wilmington, told lottery officials. “I know it’s for real now though.”
Wilmington is 129 miles southeast of Raleigh and about 600 miles from the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida.
Gore won a $200,000 prize in a Multiply the Cash second-chance drawing on June 15.
After taxes, she took home $142,020.
Players can scan their Multiply the Cash tickets into their lottery accounts and be automatically entered into the next drawing for a second chance. Each drawing offers a $200,000 grand prize, 10 $10,000 prizes and 50 $500 prizes, according to the lottery.