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Google has chosen the winner of its annual Doodle for Google contest — and a second grader from Virginia stood out above the rest. Sarah Gomez-Lane's dinosaur doodle won her a $30,000 college scholarship.
Gomez-Lane drew a line of dinosaurs whose body shapes resemble the letters spelling out "Google." She and other finalists visited Google for the day and got to meet with the company's designers. It was there that Google revealed Gomez-Lane won the contest.
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"When they called my name I felt happy and surprised," she said. "I'm going to call my principal and he's going to say, 'Yay!'"
Sarah Gomez-Lane won a $30,000 scholarship in Google's Doodle competition for her dinosaur design.
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The theme of this year's doodle competition was "What inspires me...". Gomez-Lane told Google that dinosaurs inspire her because that's what she wants to do when she grows up — become a paleontologist.
After it was announced that Gomez-Lane was the winner, the...
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