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A Pea Ridge eighth-grader is the Arkansas winner of the Doodle 4 Google challenge, and could have her work featured on the search engine's homepage, according to a news release from Google.

Mackenzie Campbell is one of 53 winners. Her doodle, "Tea with Google," was made from baking clay. It includes a tea set, a horseshoe and an artist's palette, representing some of her interests.

There were more than 100,000 entries.

Voting opened today and ends Feb. 22. Voting will determine five finalists.

The finalists will travel to Mountain View, Calif. to meet with Google's "professional doodlers and see what it takes to launch a Doodle on the Google homepage," the news release stated.

The winner will be announced on March 21, and their doodle will go live on Google.com that day, according to the news release.

The winner gets a $30,000 college scholarship and his or her school will get a $50,000 grant toward establishment and improvement of a computer lab or technology program, the news release stated.

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