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Monroe man claims $100,000 Club Keno prize!
LANSING, September 13, 2011 - Jon Boudrie from Monroe was the lucky winner of $100,000 after playing Club Keno at a local bar.
As a Lottery player of about seven years, the Monroe man was shocked to learn he had won such a big prize without playing The Kicker. Boudrie matched 10 of 10 numbers to win the large prize.
Boudrie is self-employed and says he cannot wait to take his three children to Disney World for Christmas.
The winning easy-pick ticket was purchased at Don Larsons Bar, 713 Stone St. in Monroe.
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