If at first you don’t succeed, keep trying.

North Charleston resident Georgianna Rosendary has won a second-chance lottery drawing worth $100,000, according to South Carolina Education Lottery Officials.

Rosendary his paydirt when one of her non-winning Jeep® scratch-off tickets was selected in the Lottery’s Jeep® Vehicle Second-Chance Promotion.

A woman in Myrtle Beach won the Jeep, a lottery official said.

There were 206,939 second-chance entries received. People who lose in the initial drawing for a vehicle can enter their tickets by mail or on-line for a chance to win cash.

Rosendary’s family includes two sons and two daughters.

This is her second lottery win. Her first, though, was only $40.

She told lottery officials she knows her big family, including her husband, will be all too willing to help her spend her winnings.

“This is my money,” Rosendary said. “I’m not saying anything to anyone about winning.”

“I might have to call the children and tell them,” she said.

Since the start of the Lottery in 2002, more than one million college scholarships and grants have been awarded to South Carolina’s students. In all, more than $2.6 billion has been transferred to support educational programs in the Palmetto State.