UPDATE (4:38 p.m. on Wednesday, July 28): A Greenbrier County woman is the latest $1 million dollar winner of the ‘Do it for Babydog’ Vaccine Sweepstakes.

Wanda Coleman of Greenbrier County is the latest winner of the ‘Do it for Babydog’ Save a life; Change your life Vaccine Sweepstakes on Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Governor Jim Justice and Babydog visited Wanda Coleman and her colleagues at the Robert C. Byrd Clinic on the campus of the WV Osteopathic School in Lewisburg.

Coleman just recently retired from the Clinic, where she worked for 10 years. On Wednesday, Gov. Justice, along with his wife, First Lady Cathy Justice and of course, Babydog, were there to surprise her with a check for $1 million.  

UPDATE: (2:07 p.m. on Wednesday, July 28): A member of the surgical team at CAMC Memorial Hospital in Charleston was the recipient of the second customer truck after winning the drawing for the “Do it for Babydog: Save a life, Change your life,” vaccine lottery.

Ellen Taylor, the second winner of the sixth ‘Do it for Babydog’ vaccine sweepstakes on July 28, 2021 (Courtesy: Gov. Jim Justice)

Ellen Taylor works at CAMC Memorial as a perfusionist; who is an individual responsible for operating extracorporeal circulation equipment, such as the heart-lung machine, during open-heart surgery or any other medical procedure in which it is necessary to artificially support or temporarily replace a patient’s circulatory or respiratory function.

She was greeted at work today by Governor Jim Justice and Babydog, who presented her with the keys for her new custom truck.

The million-dollar winner will be announced later today.

UPDATE (12:19 p.m. on Wednesday, July 28): One West Virginia man is announced as the winner of a brand new truck as part of the “Do it for Babydog: Save a life, Change your life,” vaccine lottery.

Michael Quinn of Webster Springs, WV, was one of the winners of a custom truck from the “Do it for Babydog: Save a life, Change your life” Vaccine Sweepstakes on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 (Courtesy: Gov. Jim Justice)

Governor Jim Justice awarded the keys of the custom truck to Michael Quinn of Webster Springs. The governor, along with Babydog, presented Quinn with the truck.

The next winner of a truck and the million-dollar winner will be announced later today.

UPDATE (9:26 a.m. on Wednesday, July 28): Below is the list of winners of the sixth “Do it for Babydog” vaccine lottery drawing. The two truck winners and the million-dollar winner will be announced later on Wednesday.


Custom Truck Winners
Michael Quinn, Webster Springs
Ellen Taylor, Charleston

College Scholarship Winners
John Fox, Martinsburg
Keelin Howes, Buckhannon

Lifetime Hunting License Winners
Michael Constantino, Bluefield
Christina Evans, Maysville
Patricia Fortner, Rhodell
Madeline Taylor, Elkview
John Wiseman, Charleston

Lifetime Fishing License Winners
Paul Mattox, Hurricane
Julie Payton, Mt. Lookout
Kimberly Strickler, Maysville
Jacob Walker, Huntington
Joseph Wolfe, Buckhannon

Custom Hunting Rifle Winners
Franz Alarcon, Martinsburg
Sheena Burwell, Morgantown
Michael Cummings, Sutton
Belinda Haynes, Belle
Robert Masters, Morgantown

Custom Hunting Shotgun Winners
Jacqueline Boatright, Parkersburg
Beverly Casto, Kenna
Alyssa Lipscomb, Greenwood
Tomela Paden, Sistersville
Allen Park, Augusta

State Park Weekend Getaway Winners
Elizabeth Adkins, Daniels
Marvin Carr, Beaver
Casey Casto, Elkins
Jeffrey Cooper, Huntington
Sallie Davis, Morgantown
William Dent, Washington
Chris Efaw, Mannington
Kristie Hadley, Martinsburg
Billy Hatfield, Gilbert
Mark Jones, Bruceton Mills
Kenneth Kendall, Clarksburg
Daniel Linger, Burnsville
Richard Lynch, Elk Garden
Greg McCray, Winfield
Trina McDaniels, Sophia
Samantha Muller, Charleston
Travis Osborn, Bluefield
Terron Pendelton, Grafton
Nathan Plum, Arthurdale
Paula Schlegel, Wheeling
Franklin Snodgrass, South Charleston
McKenzie Stewart, Oceana
Jacquelin Tanner, Huntington
Hunter Williams, Fairmont
Jian Yang, Huntington

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) – West Virginia Governor Jim Justice will announce winners of the state’s sixth round of the “Do it for Babydog” vaccine lottery Wednesday, July 28.

The winners for this round of the lottery were drawn on Monday, July 26. According to the lottery website, officials with the State of West Virginia will contact those who win. Additional requests for information may be necessary to claim a prize, and that information will need to be verified before the winner can receive their prize.

For the fifth drawing, Justice announced several of the winners early in the morning and then traveled around the state with Babydog to Charleston and Morgantown to surprise the $1,000,000 and Custom Truck winners.

Prizes for this week’s drawings include a $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.

“Do it for Babydog” registration deadlines

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

We will keep you updated online at wowktv.com as this week’s winners are announced.