Feb 6, 2016 1:32 PM
An Oyster River Middle School student is one of 53 finalists in a national competition to create a Google doodle.
Hannah Jeong entered a colorful drawing that displays her interest in fashion design. Spelling out the Google company name, "I gave each character a word and personality that is part of who I am," she writes in the blurb that accompanies her drawing.
Kids from kindergarten through grade 12 were invited to submit their Google doodles and judges selected from 53 states and U.S. territories to pick the finalists.
Members of the public now have until Feb. 22 to help pick the five national finalists. One winner will end up having his or her artwork featured on the Google homepage.
Go here to see Hannah Jeong's picture in the grade 6-7 category. Then vote for your favorites!
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