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Winner of Supermarket Sweep takes home $273 in groceries

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LAWTON, OK (KSWO) -A lucky Lawtonian took home $273 of groceries for free, all thanks to the Lawton Food Bank, Arvest Bank and Country Mart. Anita McWilliams was the winner of the Supermarket Sweep. She was the lucky one whose ticket was drawn back on November 3rd. Each person who entered had to pay $10 for one ticket or $20 for 3 tickets.

From those entries, $4,500 was raised for the Lawton Food Bank.

McWilliams said running through the store and grabbing all the groceries she could in three minutes was an amazing adrenaline rush. She's thankful she has this food to feed her family.

"We've been gone for 7 Years and just recently moved back 3 months ago," said McWilliams. "My mother was having some health issues so we decided to come back home and be close to family. Struggling in between employment and everything and here was a blessing from Lawton Food Bank that said here, we got you. We will help you."

McWilliams said she grabbed a lot of bacon to take home because that is one of her daughters favorite foods.

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