"It’s (playing Missouri Lottery tickets) part of our evening routine," she said.
Kenedy said she and her husband, Mark, plan to save a lot of their prize money. She said they might take a trip to California to visit their grown children and five grandchildren. They also might use the prize money to pay for a new roof.
“Lucky 7’s Bingo,” a $2 Scratchers game, officially went on sale July 23.