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Winning Powerball ticket sold at Lilburn Kroger

Someone bought a ticket that is worth $50,000.

LILBURN, Ga. — Someone who recently shopped at a Kroger in Lilburn, Georgia could have extra cash for Christmas shopping.

A Powerball ticket sold at the Beaver Ruin Village Kroger, located at 4155 Highway 29, matched four winning numbers and the Powerball number for the November 30 drawing, according to the Georgia Lottery. That's worth $50,000.

The winning numbers were: 15-35-42-63-68 and the Powerball was 18.

The winner has not come forward yet. In Georgia, Powerball winners have 180 days from the draw date to claim prizes. 

No one matched all the numbers, and the next Powerball drawing, held on Dec. 4, will be worth at least $120 million, according to their website. 

Money raised by Georgia Lottery Corporation goes toward specific education programs including Georgia's HOPE Scholarship Program and the state's Pre-K program. 


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