Rich lunch ladies still celebrities -- still humble
They may be rich, but they're still known as the Holdingford, Minnesota, school lunch ladies. The four women are among a group of 16 school employees who shared 95 million dollars in Powerball winnings last year. Yesterday, they addressed a meeting of the Minnesota School Food Service Association and said they still clip coupons and shop at Goodwill. Karen Overman offered some advice. She said, "You can have all the money in the world, but if you can slip out of bed and put your feet on the ground without going to the doctor, you've got it made." The lunch ladies also gave away some Powerball tickets, saying, "If you win, remember who bought them for you."
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