TULSA RESIDENTS ENJOY JUNE LOTTERY STREAK
OKLAHOMA CITY – In less than two weeks, Tulsa area residents have won a combined $410,000 resulting from back-to-back Powerball wins, and most recently, with a $10,000 Bingo.
Bartlesville’s Danny Stewart redeemed a winning Powerball ticket worth $200,000 following last Saturday’s drawing. The ticket was purchased at Murphy USA, 3880 SE Green County Rd. in Bartlesville.
Tulsa’s “Lucky 13”, a group of co-workers from Metro Machine Works Inc., won the next $200,000 in Wednesday’s draw. The Tulsa-based company specializes in machine work for oil, paper and plastics industries and has 20 employees. The 13 winners split the money 12 ways because two of the employees split a single share of the winning ticket. They purchased the winning ticket at Quick Trip #102, 6008 S. 49th W Ave., Tulsa.
Charles W. Elliott II, Tulsa
owner/president of Metro Machine Works Inc.)
Brady D. Cole, Wagoner
Tommy R. Darland, Tulsa
Van Dendy, Jr., Broken Arrow
Ryan A. Dunigan, Tulsa
Charles W. Elliott, Tulsa
Joseph E. Greenn Jr., Tulsa
Shawna D. Long, Tulsa
Dennis F. Spencer, Skiatook
Phillip R. Staehle, Tulsa
Joseph P. Winningham, Tulsa
Sarah J. Winningham Tulsa
Harvey R. Helton, Tulsa
Also this week, Tulsa resident Humberto Najera won $10,000 on a $2 Bingo scratcher he purchased at Quick Trip on 61st and Sheridan in Tulsa.
Net proceeds of all lottery games are used to support improvements and enhancements for Oklahoma education. More than $125.4 million has been contributed to education since November 2004.
The Powerball jackpot is now at $89 million. Drawings are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays. For more information about the Oklahoma Lottery, please visit www.lottery.ok.gov.