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Third group of vaccination lottery winners announced

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Office of the Governor announced more winners of the state coronavirus vaccination lottery on Thursday.

Gov. Jim Justice and his English bulldog Babydog spent the day traveling across the state to present the prizes to the winners of “Do it for Babydog Round 2.” People who are vaccinated for the coronavirus are eligible for the sweepstakes.

The state is offering various prizes, including four-year scholarships to any public institution, luxury sports cars, and ticket packages to West Virginia University and Marshall University sporting events.

The governor’s office announced the winners throughout the day:

— Full-ride college scholarships: Waylon Gilkeson of Rupert; Brenden McCutcheon of Morgantown; Livvi Miller of Hurricane; Katelyn Roberts of Spurlockville; and Caden Staggers of Keyser.
— Luxury sports car: Aron Sattler of Mount Nebo.
— Custom fishing/pontoon boat: Hazen Powell of Morgantown.
— $150,000 dream wedding: Nikki Sites of Petersburg.
— Free gas for 10 years: Nathan Flesher of Grafton and Lewis Wood of Hico.
— Premium ATV/side-by-side vehicles: Bryan Hall of Vienna and Shannon Ridgeway of Delray.
— Zero-turn lawnmowers: Shawn Matthews of Maidsville and Virginia Perry of Isaban.
— West Virginia University football/basketball season ticket packages: Carolyn McCafferty of Moundsville; Carl Miller of Mannington; and Stephen Schoenberger of Morgantown.
— Marshall University football/basketball season ticket packages: LeAnne Call of Hurricane; Margaret Lesser of Elkins; and Jimmy Tincher of Huntington.
— Ski resort season passes: Mark Burton of Sutton; Shirley Carter of Ronceverte; Thomas Guire of Mabie; Michael Velin of Morgantown; and Wesley Weese of Elkview.

Future winners will be announced every Thursday through Oct. 7.

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