Lottery officials previously urged winners to take their time coming forward.
Winners should sign the ticket, put it in a safe place and seek legal and financial advice before redeeming it, Missouri Lottery Director May Scheve Reardon said.
In Dearborn, resident Bill Matney said he hopes the winning ticket holders don't "get deluged by a lot of people wanting part of their winnings."
"And that they put it to a good use like charity," he told KCTV. "I mean, who can spend that much money?"
The Hills said they plan on setting up a scholarship fund, and donating to other charities, specifically mentioning adoption advocacy and the Shriners as pet causes.
And when it comes to this Christmas, while Jaiden Hill wants a pony, despite the family's windfall, her mother said, "The pony's not going to be for a while."