Doodle4Google Homeschool Student Finalist—Please vote and help spread the word!

Hannah Newsom is a homeschooled student who has been selected as one of 40 finalists in Google’s Doodle4Google competition. (She also happens to be from my hometown of Fayetteville, Arkansas!) In addition to being a lovely work of art, her entry expresses a wish for others to “glimpse the beauty of the Maker”. We received information about this contestant at a homeschool convention this weekend, and we’d love to see the homeschool community rally around to help her win!

The following information is excerpted from a VegSource post:

Since Hannah is a homeschool student she doesn’t have the backing of a large
school like many of the other contestants. So, we hope you will be her school
and vote for her and help us get the word out to your friends, family, co-
workers, etc.

Voting is going on now and closes at noon on Tuesday, 25th. Takes just a
couple of minutes to vote.

How to Vote –
Go to doodle4google.com
click “Vote Now”
click “grade 10-12”
click “Region 7”
Hannah’s doodle come up “Dawn of Hope”
click “vote for this doodle”

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  1. I am trying to find out how to contact Hannah. I would be very interested in hiring her to illustrate a child’s book for my family, not for publication. Does anyone know how to reach her or could you forward this to her? Thank you!


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