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'Finding Hope': Kentucky teenager honors late father with award-winning 'Google Doodle'

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Kentucky teenager Milo Golding's winning Google Doodle: "Finding Hope."

A Kentucky teenager’s artwork in memory of his late father will appear on computers around the world Tuesday. Milo Golding’s “Finding Hope” was named the winner of the 2021 Doodle for Google competition, and the piece will appear on Google homepages.

Golding, an 11th grader at Lexington Christian Academy, was told the good news by Google CEO Sundar Pichai after being named one of five finalists out of 54 students from every U.S. state and territory.

“I can’t tell you how inspiring we found your story, and we’re all rooting for you,” Pichai said in the announcement.

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The competition, in its thirteenth year, draws submissions from K-12 students from around the country. In addition to having their work showcased as the “Google Doodle,” the winner gets a $30,000 scholarship and $50,000 in technology for their school.



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