(Photo submitted) Madeleine and Irene Lowe

Red Deer mother and daughter win big

Mother and daughter bought $100,000 winning Set for Life Scratch ‘n Win ticket at Sunnybrook Grocery

Red Deer’s Madeleine and Irene Lowe have a special tradition when they get together: they like to play Scratch ‘n Win games together.

After winning $100,000 on their Set for Life Scratch ‘n Win ticket, mother and daughter love this tradition more than ever.

“We like to play Set for Life,” said Irene. “Who wouldn’t want to be set for life?!”

“This time, we were just sitting at the kitchen table scratching our tickets,” says Madeleine in a statement released after their big win. “I couldn’t believe it. We were instantly happy!”

The happy winners are going to use their winnings to pay some bills and help other family members.

Madeleine said she will also buy a new BBQ.

The Lowes purchased their winning Scratch ‘n WinN ticket at Sunnybrook Grocery, located at 11 Springfield Avenue in Red Deer.

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