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WORD ON THE STREET: What would you do if you won the lotto drawing?

There's a $1 billion PowerBall jackpot at stake on Nov. 5 after 38 drawings with no winner. What would you do if you won the jackpot? Here's how random people in downtown Park Rapids answered.

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Ellie Lampl: "I would pay off all my kids' bills and buy a new car, and I would give 10% to the church."
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Deanna Germain: "I would do a lot of philanthropic giving. Family first, and then I have a lot of organizations that I would consider, for example Second Harvest Food Bank. Organizations to help people."
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Jess Sharp: "I would take a trip to Japan. I would love to see some of the historical shrines, and just see the culture. I've always wanted to go. That's my dream bucket-list."
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Lisa Bettin: "Part of it I would use to get my business going. I would help with my family – our health, happiness."
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Kelly Nelson: "If I won, I would probably fix the house up, pay some bills off. I don't know what else I'd do with it. That'd be a lot of money. I could do a lot with it."
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Kara Carter: "I would help my mom out."
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Robin Fish is a staff reporter at the Park Rapids Enterprise. Contact him at rfish@parkrapidsenterprise.com or 218-252-3053.
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