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Grand Forks student wins Google Doodle award for ND

GRAND FORKS - A freshman at Grand Forks Red River High School was recognized Tuesday as North Dakota's Doodle 4 Google winner. Camryn Schall's doodle, based on the theme "If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place," was chosen a...

ND Google Doodle winner
Grand Forks Red River High School freshman Camryn Schall, center, answers questions about her winning Google design with Sarah Brown, left, a program manager at Google, and Morgan Price, a team leader at Google, during a presentation Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at the school to unveil her winning entry. Schall's design was selected the best in North Dakota and will compete with the 49 other state winners for a national award. photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald

GRAND FORKS - A freshman at Grand Forks Red River High School was recognized Tuesday as North Dakota's Doodle 4 Google winner.

Camryn Schall's doodle, based on the theme "If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place," was chosen as one of the best 50 drawings across the nation. She's the second student at the school to win the award in the past three years.

She'll be flying to Google Headquarters in California toward the end of May for a tour and a chance to win the top prize, a $30,000 college scholarship and her doodle featured on the U.S. Google.com homepage.

Google representatives put on a presentation at the school Tuesday and recognized Schall's work.

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