On Friday a High School Student from Connecticut was announced by the Google’s as winner for “Doodle 4 Google Contest”.
Sarah Harrison from Connecticut participated in thousands of the Doodle 3 Google competition in which thousands of other participants submitted their art work. But Sarah Harrison was chosen as the victor for her submission titled as “A Peaceful Future”.
This year participants were asked to draw their vision of future with title “What i see for the future.” Sarah’s drawing with the title “A peaceful Future” was chose as the winner out of around 4200 entries.
Sarah Harrison a teenager studying in 10th grade at Bunnell High School in Stratford, Connecticut. Sarah Harrison explained the vision of her drawing to Google saying ” My future is a world where we can all learn to love each other despite our religion, gender, race, ethnicity, or sexuality. I dream of a future where everyone is safe and accepted wherever they go, whoever they are.
As a winner of “Doodle 4 Google” 2017 Sarah Harrison will going to get $30,000 study scholarship and she would be meeting the team of Google Doodle at the Headquarters of Google in California.
Moreover, Bunnell High School is also going to get $50,000 from the Google in order to invest in the field of technology.
? Let's hear it for Sarah Harrison, whose vision of "a peaceful future" is our #Doodle4Google contest winner! https://t.co/UGJRsUnrbX pic.twitter.com/WCyVKTEpFp
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