Ohio $1M winner wants to provide toilet paper

HAMILTON, Ohio (AP) — One of Ohio's newest million-dollar lottery winners has toilet paper on her mind as she makes plans to give some money to help others.

Regina Jackson says memories are fresh of the aid received when she was out of work for seven months in 2008. She got a lot of help from Reach Out Lakota, a nonprofit organization that helps provide food, clothing and other necessities to the needy in Butler County in southwest Ohio.

She says the organization provided badly needed food to her and her mother. They got toilet paper there, too, but only two rolls a month with a roll of paper towels. She tells The Cincinnati Enquirer (http://cin.ci/WDqjXf ) that she would like to donate a whole truckload of toilet paper — but will give money instead.

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Information from: The Cincinnati Enquirer, http://www.enquirer.com

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