Sunday, 20 September 2020

Costa Rica Hatillo Woman Raised Ger 10 Children Selling Lottery Chances

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For more than seven decades, Doña Norma, has been a “chances” fixture in the Mercado Central.

The 80 year old senior said she was never fortunate enough to win, but through the benediction of lottery sales was been able to raise her ten 10 children.

 

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- paying the bills -

 

The Hatillo woman told Noticias Repretel, she “thanks God” she was never assaulted and has lived a happy live knowing that her lottery stand helped change many lives.

 

Source: Repretel

 

- paying the bills -

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