UPDATE: Below is the list of winners from the first “Do it for Babydog” vaccine lottery drawing:

$1 Million Winner
Karen Foley, Mineral Wells

Truck Winners
Melissa Spivy, Vienna
Ralph Paugh, Parkersburg

College Scholarship Winners
Rebecca Osborne, Hurricane
Elizabeth Ball, Nitro

Lifetime Hunting License Winners
Geneva Blake, Washington
Christopher Harvey Jr., Maben
Sabrina Morrison, Huntington
Dickie Roberts, Lewisburg
Shirley Young, Bomont

Lifetime Fishing License Winners
James Browning Sr., Dry Branch
Sharon Cope, Frankford
Andrew Humphreys, Charleston
Joshua Rakosi, Morgantown
Cathy Osborne, Rainelle

Custom Hunting Rifle Winners
Charles Moats, Philippi
Heather Petry, Scott Depot
Bryan Price, Hurricane
Christy Reger, Nutter Fort
Justin Myers, Hurricane

Custom Hunting Shotgun Winners
Xavier Alston, Fairmont
Stephen Barberio, Clarksburg
Deborah McNew, Princeton
David Shipman, Wheeling
Bonnie Taylor, Montcalm

State Park Weekend Getaway Winners
Thomas Binns, Elkins
Gerald Boone, Prichard
Carol Burge, Moundsville
Brandon Cork, Wellsburg
Victoria Dennison, Davisville
Deborah Dickens, Reynoldsville
Keith Ewing, Hico
Kevin Ford, Charleston
Bonnie Gibson, Princeton
Cathy Harless, Charleston
Edith Harrison, Parkersburg
Lisa Hewitt, Kearneysville
Kimberly Jackson, Princeton
Beverly Machir, Nitro
Travis Persinger, Fayetteville
Lana Plymale, Kenova
Wesley Runyan, Cross Lanes
Mary Anne Seckel, Morgantown
Jeff Sine, Falling Waters
Ronald Smith III, Huntington
Jason Thompson, Mount Hope
Caroline White, Fairmont
Lindsay White, Elkview
Jessica Workman, Crawley
Jaime Young, Wheeling

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK)—West Virginia’s governor, Jim Justice declared the first lucky winners of the “Do it for Babydog” vaccine lottery on Sunday, June 20, which also happened to be both Father’s Day and West Virginia Day.

Justice announced the winners of the $1,000,000 cash prize, two custom outfitted trucks, two full four-year scholarships to any public institution in the state, 25 weekend getaways to West Virginia State Parks, five lifetime hunting licenses, five lifetime fishing licenses, five custom hunting rifles and five custom hunting shotguns at 1:00 p.m. from the West Virginia State Capitol Complex in Charleston during the state’s 158th birthday celebration.

Before the main celebration got underway, there was a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Kanawha Boulevard in front of the West Virginia State Capitol Building between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Attendees didn’t need an appointment, but needed to bring a valid state-issued form of identification and a recent utility bill with a West Virginia address. Both Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines were available.

The event also included food trucks and other vendors, and a West Virginia-themed airstream designed by the State Department of Tourism will be on display.

The ceremony began at 1:00 p.m. on the Lincoln Plaza side of the Capitol Building. It was during this time that the governor announced the conclusion of the state-wide mask mandate and went go on to announce the prize winners. The ceremony was live-streamed on the governor’s YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook, and it was also streamed right here on wowktv.com.

And yes, Babydog herself was on-site to meet West Virginians in attendance.

If you missed Wednesday night’s deadline to sign up for this drawing, there are still six more drawings and plenty of time to sign up to win them. Click here to find out how to sign up for the lottery.