‘Shot At A Million’ winners announced Friday
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Governor John Bel Edwards and the Louisiana Department of Health have announced the $1 million grand prize cash winner along with the last five $100,000 scholarship winners of the Shot At A Million COVID-19 campaign.
The $1,000,000 grand prize winner is Janet Mann who is 63 and a retired school teacher from Bossier City.
The final $100,000 scholarship winners are:
- Emily Guillet, 13, of Baton Rouge
- Gavin Harrington, 13, of Rosedale
- MacKenzie Rigdon, 15, of Metairie
- Emma Fisackerly, 16, of New Orleans
- Jackson Page, 17, of New Orleans
The Shot At A Million campaign started June 21 and culminated on July 31 with a total of 902,758 people who registered for their Shot At A Million. There were a total of 14 winners, five cash and nine scholarship winners. Overall awards total $2.3 million and are paid using federal COVID outreach dollars.
To learn more about Shot at a Million and the previous winners, visit www.shotatamillion.com.
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