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Her mother (far left) and two sisters (center left) also came to the press conference to support her 'I think she has a good story,' Sweeney said.'My perception of her is someone who's a hard-working individual.

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Clearly she's excited.'Pride Station and Store owner, Bob Bolduc, said Wanczyk bought the ticket around 2.30pm on Wednesday.

Bolduc told reporters that he plans to donate the $50,000 commission he'll collect for selling a jackpot winner, to local charities with a primary focus on education and children.

That means a payment of $26.2million dollars into her bank account every year.

Most people choose to take a smaller lump sum - in this case $443.3million, minus the federal and state taxes that generally eat up more than 30 per cent of winnings.

The announcement snafu led to store owner, Kamaljeet Kaur, being interviewed by Good Morning America, thinking she won the $50,000 store payout, only to be told after her interview, she was not in fact the winning store.

Despite it all, Kaur's store will receive ,000 for selling a

Despite it all, Kaur's store will receive $10,000 for selling a $1 million ticket, rather than $50,000.Wanczyk (right, pictured with state treasurer Deb Goldberg), of Chicopee , bought the lucky ticket that matched all five numbers - 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26 - and the Powerball, 4, at the Pride Station and Store in Chicopee, Massachusetts'I called them and told them I will not be coming back,' she said as she laughed.Wanczyk said her colleague brought it to her attention that she had won the jackpot as they were driving home Wednesday night.According to Mavis Wanczyk's Facebook page she is a graduate of Springfield Technical Community College.The Massachusetts State Lottery wouldn't identify Wanczyk ahead of the press conference, but earlier in the day executive director Michael Sweeney described her as 'a prototypical Massachusetts resident'.In addition to Handy Variety, a second $1 million ticket was sold by Sandy's Variety in Dorchester.

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Despite it all, Kaur's store will receive $10,000 for selling a $1 million ticket, rather than $50,000.

Wanczyk (right, pictured with state treasurer Deb Goldberg), of Chicopee , bought the lucky ticket that matched all five numbers - 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26 - and the Powerball, 4, at the Pride Station and Store in Chicopee, Massachusetts'I called them and told them I will not be coming back,' she said as she laughed.

Wanczyk said her colleague brought it to her attention that she had won the jackpot as they were driving home Wednesday night.

According to Mavis Wanczyk's Facebook page she is a graduate of Springfield Technical Community College.

The Massachusetts State Lottery wouldn't identify Wanczyk ahead of the press conference, but earlier in the day executive director Michael Sweeney described her as 'a prototypical Massachusetts resident'.

In addition to Handy Variety, a second $1 million ticket was sold by Sandy's Variety in Dorchester.

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Despite it all, Kaur's store will receive $10,000 for selling a $1 million ticket, rather than $50,000.

Wanczyk (right, pictured with state treasurer Deb Goldberg), of Chicopee , bought the lucky ticket that matched all five numbers - 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26 - and the Powerball, 4, at the Pride Station and Store in Chicopee, Massachusetts'I called them and told them I will not be coming back,' she said as she laughed.

Wanczyk said her colleague brought it to her attention that she had won the jackpot as they were driving home Wednesday night.

According to Mavis Wanczyk's Facebook page she is a graduate of Springfield Technical Community College.

million ticket, rather than ,000.Wanczyk (right, pictured with state treasurer Deb Goldberg), of Chicopee , bought the lucky ticket that matched all five numbers - 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26 - and the Powerball, 4, at the Pride Station and Store in Chicopee, Massachusetts'I called them and told them I will not be coming back,' she said as she laughed.Wanczyk said her colleague brought it to her attention that she had won the jackpot as they were driving home Wednesday night.According to Mavis Wanczyk's Facebook page she is a graduate of Springfield Technical Community College.The Massachusetts State Lottery wouldn't identify Wanczyk ahead of the press conference, but earlier in the day executive director Michael Sweeney described her as 'a prototypical Massachusetts resident'.In addition to Handy Variety, a second

Despite it all, Kaur's store will receive $10,000 for selling a $1 million ticket, rather than $50,000.Wanczyk (right, pictured with state treasurer Deb Goldberg), of Chicopee , bought the lucky ticket that matched all five numbers - 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26 - and the Powerball, 4, at the Pride Station and Store in Chicopee, Massachusetts'I called them and told them I will not be coming back,' she said as she laughed.Wanczyk said her colleague brought it to her attention that she had won the jackpot as they were driving home Wednesday night.According to Mavis Wanczyk's Facebook page she is a graduate of Springfield Technical Community College.The Massachusetts State Lottery wouldn't identify Wanczyk ahead of the press conference, but earlier in the day executive director Michael Sweeney described her as 'a prototypical Massachusetts resident'.In addition to Handy Variety, a second $1 million ticket was sold by Sandy's Variety in Dorchester.

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Despite it all, Kaur's store will receive $10,000 for selling a $1 million ticket, rather than $50,000.

Wanczyk (right, pictured with state treasurer Deb Goldberg), of Chicopee , bought the lucky ticket that matched all five numbers - 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26 - and the Powerball, 4, at the Pride Station and Store in Chicopee, Massachusetts'I called them and told them I will not be coming back,' she said as she laughed.

Wanczyk said her colleague brought it to her attention that she had won the jackpot as they were driving home Wednesday night.

According to Mavis Wanczyk's Facebook page she is a graduate of Springfield Technical Community College.

The Massachusetts State Lottery wouldn't identify Wanczyk ahead of the press conference, but earlier in the day executive director Michael Sweeney described her as 'a prototypical Massachusetts resident'.

In addition to Handy Variety, a second $1 million ticket was sold by Sandy's Variety in Dorchester.

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Despite it all, Kaur's store will receive $10,000 for selling a $1 million ticket, rather than $50,000.

Wanczyk (right, pictured with state treasurer Deb Goldberg), of Chicopee , bought the lucky ticket that matched all five numbers - 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26 - and the Powerball, 4, at the Pride Station and Store in Chicopee, Massachusetts'I called them and told them I will not be coming back,' she said as she laughed.

Wanczyk said her colleague brought it to her attention that she had won the jackpot as they were driving home Wednesday night.

According to Mavis Wanczyk's Facebook page she is a graduate of Springfield Technical Community College.

million ticket was sold by Sandy's Variety in Dorchester.

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