Today is the last chance to vote for Ellie’s Google4Doodle. If you have not already voted please do so now to help Ellie win a €5000 Scholarship and a €10,000 grant for the school.
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Hazelwood College sixth year student Ellie Stone (left) with her Art teacher Ms Maria Curtin (right) are pictured with Ellie’s Certificate of Recognition and her entry into the ‘Doodle4Google’ competition. Ellie’s entry reached the top fifteen in the Transition Year, Fifth Year and Sixth Year Category in this national competition, which had several thousands of entries. Overall, Ellie’s entry is in the top seventy five out the entire competition. From this stage, Ellie’s progress is dependent on a public vote. Those who wish to vote for Ellie can do so from now until the 14th February at Doodle4Google If successful, Ellie will win a €5,000 college scholarship and a €10,000 grant for Hazelwood College. Best wishes from all in Hazelwood College to Ellie.
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Hazelwood College fifth year Art student Ellie Stone was one of the 300 entries in the ‘Doodle for Google’ Competition, which drew thousands of entries, to be accepted into the second stage of the competition. She is pictured her with her Art teacher, Ms Maria Curtin (left) and Principal, Mr Brendan Burke (right) with a certificate for her success. Ellie will progress in the competition and hopes to make it into the next stage, of the top seventy five entries.