Wyoming County Man is a Scaredy Cash Winner
Harold Askew, of Factoryville, Wyoming County, is an October 2011 winner in the Pennsylvania Lottery’s instant game Scaredy Cash. Harold won a prize of $50,000, less 25 percent federal withholding.
Ray’s Super Market on College Avenue in Factoryville sold the winning ticket. After scratching the ticket, Harold took it to the store to verify his winnings.
Harold is a regular instant ticket player, but sometimes plays Cash 5 and The Daily Number.
Harold plans to use his winnings on a new liner for his pool, a new motor for his car and to buy more lottery tickets!
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