Delbert Dreaver


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Sharon's Cafe, Mistawasis First Nation, Leask, SK

Delbert Dreaver

I have to pinch myself every once in a while!

Delbert Dreaver always dreamed of winning big on a scratch ticket and his dreams have come true in an unexpected turn of events!  

The Leask winner took home $100,000 on the CROSSWORD ticket from his $20 SUPER SCRATCH PACK. 

“I just thought I had won $1,000 because there were a few words I missed and didn’t scratch at first,” he explained while claiming his prize. 

“I went to the store thinking it was $1,000,” he continued. “When the cashier scanned the ticket, it came up as $100,000!” 

The winner said he was shocked and is still in disbelief over his big win. 

“I have to pinch myself every once in a while,” he joked. “It’s pretty exciting.” 

Dreaver purchased his winning ticket at Sharon’s Cafe, located in Mistawasis First Nation near Leask. He won the second top prize on the SUPER SCRATCH PACK CROSSWORD ticket.  

Sask Lotteries is celebrating 50 years as the main fundraiser for more than 12,000 sport, culture and recreation groups in communities across the province! Since 1974, through an agreement with the Government of Saskatchewan, lottery sales in Saskatchewan have been used to provide more than $1.4 billion to support athletes from the grassroots level to the international stage, connect youth to artistic experiences, help residents experience the beauty of the parks that cover the province and so much more.