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Last chance to vote for Meath's 'doodlers'

Monday, 10th March, 2014 3:22pm
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Last chance to vote for Meath's 'doodlers'
Last chance to vote for Meath's 'doodlers'

Today is the last chance to vote for the four Meath students who have been named as finalists in the sixth annual Doodle 4 Google competition.
The four have the chance of being named Ireland’s top doodler and having their doodle displayed on the Google Ireland homepage for millions of people to see.
The four Meath finalists are Ailbhe Flynn and Catríona Shanley from Ratoath College, Ieva Zaveckaite from Athboy Community School and Oisin O’Byrne from Ashbourne Community School.

The public vote to be crowned this year’s Doodle 4 Google champion closes at midnight tonight.

Members of the public can vote for their favourite doodle on www.google.ie/doodle4google
 

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