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Lethbridge lotto winner paying off debt, saving for child’s education

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LETHBRIDGE, AB – Paul Kenway from Lethbridge is the first-ever top prize winner of Alberta’s “Big Spin” lottery wheel.

He purchased a $10 “The Bigger Spin” scratch ticket in March from the Red Apple Store in Coaldale. Kenway won an initial $10,000 prize, and then had the chance on July 16 to spin a real wheel at the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission office in St. Albert.

Needless to say, he was grinning from ear-to-ear when the wheel stopped on the $1-million grand prize (watch below).

Kenway says he’s thrilled to be completely debt-free because of the win, and he’ll also be putting some money aside for his children’s education.

Video credit to AGLC

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