$100,000 Winning Scratch-Off Sold in MoCo; $2 Million Winning Scratch-Off Sold in Maryland

A $100,000 winning $100,000 Extreme Cash scratch-off sold at Hillandale Beer ‘N’ Wine (10117 New Hampshire Blvd) was the top lottery prize claimed in Montgomery County for the week of February 20 – 26. Other local winners this past week included a $10,000 winning scratch-off sold at Safeway (9807 Main Street) in Damascus and a $14,204 winning Racetrax ticket sold at Beer on Tapz (19520 Walters Road) in Germantown.  Additional information on winners across the state of Maryland, including a $2 million winner in Millersville, below courtesy of the Maryland Lottery:

Players across Maryland won nearly $34.3 million during week ending Feb. 26
A scratch-off player in Millersville became a Lottery millionaire twice over, while another five people landed six-figure prizes last week on tickets sold in Belcamp, Glen Burnie, Nottingham, Salisbury and Silver Spring. In all, the seven days ending Feb. 26 produced 43 winning tickets worth $10,000 or more that were redeemed or sold across Maryland, and the Lottery paid nearly $34.3 million in prizes during that span.

Winners of prizes larger than $25,000 must redeem their tickets at the Maryland Lottery Claims Center in Baltimore, which is open by appointment only. Prizes of up to $5,000 can be claimed at any of more than 400 Expanded Cashing Authority Program (XCAP) locations. All Maryland Lottery retailers are authorized to redeem tickets up to and including $600. More information is available on the How To Claim page of mdlottery.com.

Here is the weekly roundup of big winners:

Scratch-off Prizes Claimed Feb. 20 – 26:

$2 Million Prize

$100,000 Prizes

$50,000 Prizes

$30,000 Prize

$10,000 Prizes

FAST PLAY and Draw Game Tickets Sold for Drawings Feb. 20 – 26:


  • $50,000 ticket sold Feb. 22 at 25th Street Sunoco, 750 East 25th Street, Baltimore (unclaimed as of Feb. 27)


  • $50,000 High Roller Blackjack ticket sold Feb. 25 at Dual Highway BP, 1760 Dual Highway, Hagerstown (unclaimed as of Feb. 27)


  • $40,000 ticket sold Feb. 26 at Royal Farms #140, 10988 Red Run Boulevard, Owings Mills (unclaimed as of Feb. 27)
  • $20,010 ticket sold Feb. 22 at 7-Eleven #25856, 980 Bay Ridge Road, Annapolis (unclaimed as of Feb. 27)


  • Two $25,000 tickets sold Feb. 20 at Express Mart, 15709 Hall Road, Bowie (both unclaimed as of Feb. 27)
  • Two $25,000 tickets sold Feb. 20 at 7-Eleven #34324, 8890 McDonogh Road, Owings Mills (both claimed)
  • $25,000 ticket sold Feb. 24 at Giant #330, 3500 Northwest Crain Highway, Bowie (claimed)
  • $25,000 ticket sold Feb. 24 at Al’s Beer, Wine & Restaurant, 6224 Oxon Hill Road, Oxon Hill (claimed)
  • $25,000 ticket sold Feb. 25 at 7-Eleven #23702, 9100 Liberty Road, Randallstown (unclaimed as of Feb. 27)
  • $25,000 ticket sold Feb. 20 at Moreland’s Produce & Market, 14950 Woodville Road, Waldorf (unclaimed as of Feb. 27)


  • $150,000 ticket sold Feb. 20 at Riverside Sunoco, 1319 Riverside Parkway, Belcamp (claimed)
  • $50,000 ticket sold Feb. 19 at Giant #348, 6050 Daybreak Circle, Clarksville (claimed)
  • $50,000 prize won in Feb. 20 drawing by Maryland Lottery Powerball subscriber (claimed)


  • $23,150 ticket sold Feb. 25 at Gem Liquors, 9443 Annapolis Road, Lanham (unclaimed as of Feb. 27)
  • $14,204 ticket sold Feb. 24 at Village West Liquor, 19520 Walters Road, Germantown (unclaimed as of Feb. 27)
  • $12,857.50 ticket sold Feb. 24 at Crossroad Exxon, 8101 Ritchie Highway, Pasadena (claimed)

The Maryland Lottery encourages players to check their tickets by scanning them at any Lottery retailer or with the Lottery’s mobile apps. Draw game winners have 182 days from the date of a drawing to claim their prizes, and scratch-off winners have 182 days from the announced end-of-game date.

Last claim dates for scratch-off tickets are published in the scratch-off section of mdlottery.com.

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Karen joined the Well-Paid Maids team as a cleaner in January 2021, and she was recently promoted to an operations manager! This well-deserved promotion is part of Well-Paid Maids' effort to deliver better customer service with responses to phone calls and emails seven days a week. To celebrate Karen's promotion, we caught up with her to learn more about her time at Well-Paid Maids, the area's only certified living-wage cleaning company.

 1. Why Well-Paid Maids?

Karen: I saw the company was paying a living wage and had great benefits. Also, they were very flexible with my schedule, especially since I have kids.

 2. How has it been working at Well-Paid Maids?

Karen: I feel very appreciated at the company. This is the first job where I feel I'm able to speak about any issue and that management will support me.

 3. How has working at Well-Paid Maids benefitted you?

Karen: Because Well-Paid Maids pays a living wage, I can now spend more time with my kids and not work double shifts like I did at my old job.

 4. How do you plan to spend your PTO this year?

Karen: I look forward to traveling to El Salvador to visit my family there.

 5. How would you describe Well-Paid Maids as an employer in three words?

Appreciated, valued and opportunity

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Washington City Paper is hosting its annual Best of D.C. contest -- and Well-Paid Maids is eyeing the Best Maid Service category. If you missed it: Well-Paid Maids has secured first place for the past three years. Can you help us snag gold again? Simply go to the ballot and write in your vote for the best maid service. In case you need a refresher before you vote, Well-Paid Maids is the only certified living-wage cleaning company in the D.C. area. We pay our cleaners, who are W-2 employees, at least $24 an hour and offer benefits like insurance, 24 paid days off per year and more. Voting is open until June 10 at 5 p.m., and the winner will be announced July 18. (We'll keep you posted!) Thank you for your support -- and if you still haven't booked a spring cleaning yet, now is the time!

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Movie being filmed in McLean, VA, needs your support

A local community movie is filming in our area in June and needs contributions!

Local actors, teens, teachers, housewives, and retired residences are trying to make this film happen but we need your help.

This is an educational short story about teens learning how to navigate when they don't feel accepted by their friends and what to do to find acceptance. Yet this film isn't just for teens. In your life have you ever felt like you weren't accepted??

Come be a part of the audience for this film! Invite your friends. Be a part of this film being produced right here in our area.

This is a social impact film that will show locally and internationally at film festivals in 2025 and also at colleges.

More information can be found here. DONATE TODAY:



This is a not-for-profit film and donations are tax-deductible.

Free Community Father-Daughter Dance

Fathers and father figures, create unforgettable memories with your daughter at our free community father-daughter dance on June 1st, from 6-8 pm. Hosted outdoors at Olney Baptist Church. This event offers a delightful outdoor experience complete with a DJ spinning tunes, interactive games, a charming photo booth, delicious treats, and exciting raffle prizes. Fathers/father figures and daughters of all ages are warmly welcomed to share in this special evening together. Join us for an evening of joy, laughter, and cherished moments!

In the spirit of giving back to our community, we are partnering with Quest to Feed Montgomery to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need. We kindly ask each attendee to bring along a non-perishable food item to donate during the event. Every contribution, no matter how small, will go a long way in supporting families facing food insecurity in our area.


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