Loudoun Co. understudy wins Virginia's 'Doodle 4 Google' challenge

Loudoun Co. understudy wins Virginia's 'Doodle 4 Google' challenge

Fourth-grader Ashley Green of Pinebrook Elementary School in Aldie is the champ of the Doodle for Google craftsmanship challenge for the province of Virginia. Her doodle is titled "Lost in Space." (Courtesy Google)

Fourth-grader Ashley Green of Pinebrook Elementary School at Aldie is the winner of the Doodle for Google art contest for the state of Virginia.

Her doodle, "Lost in Space," was selected from among thousands of entries submitted in Google's competition to shine a light onto pupil art. Young artists across the U.S. created Doodles of what they expect for when they develop.

Ashley said she drew the solar system" since I need to be an astronomer or the first person on Mars."

Now her drawing is up against other student artwork throughout the nation, and you are able to throw your vote to the hometown girl through June 7. The vote determines five national finalists in each age category, from kindergarten through 12th grade.

Skylar Ogunshakin, a 7th grader in School Without Walls is D.C.'s winner.

In addition to their doodle going up on the Google homepage to get a day, the national winner will even take home a $30,000 college scholarship.

The winner's school will also receive $50,000 tech bundle toward the establishment or improvement of a computer laboratory or technology application.

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