Man who won house says giving life to God, getting off drugs his best decisions : News Photo

Man who won house says giving life to God, getting off drugs his best decisions

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'I got a smile that kills,' said Don Lance of his three decades using meth and other drugs. After getting off drugs two years ago and winning a dream home in a contest, his life is looking up. (Beau Cabell/Macon Telegraph/MCT via Getty Images)
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'I got a smile that kills,' said Don Lance of his three decades using meth and other drugs. After getting off drugs two years ago and winning a dream home in a contest, his life is looking up. (Beau Cabell/Macon Telegraph/MCT via Getty Images)
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May 29, 2013
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'I got a smile that kills,' said Don Lance of his three decades using... News PhotoGeorgia - US State,Horizontal,Methamphetamine,Recreational Drug,Religion,USAPhotographer Collection: Tribune News Service 2013 MCT'I got a smile that kills,' said Don Lance of his three decades using meth and other drugs. After getting off drugs two years ago and winning a dream home in a contest, his life is looking up. (Beau Cabell/Macon Telegraph/MCT via Getty Images)