The janitor and track coach, who became a millionaire five years ago thanks to a $3.4 million lottery ticket, sweeps the floors at Evergreen High School, just outside Seattle. He recently donated the large sum toward a new track for the school district.
"Ten years ago, I said if I win some money, I'm going to put a track here," he told KING-5.
In other lottery news, a Capitol Heights, Md., woman purchased two $50,000 scratch-off tickets in three months, and at the same store.
The 42-year-old nonprofit worker and mother of two moved to Maryland from New York last summer. She regularly visits the Triangle Market, and in February purchased a $20 Big Money Mega Play ticket and won $50,000. Two months later, she bought a $20 Players Club ticket at the same store, and again won $50,000.
"I cried the first time I won," she told Maryland lottery officials. "The second time ... I just laughed. I couldn't believe it."
The winner, who plans to shop and buy a car with her winnings, told lottery officials she hoped she'd be seeing them again soon.
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