The 11th grader boy from Kentucky, Milo Golding, who won in Doodle for Google 2021 touched the hearts of many through his winning entry: “Finding Hope”. His inspiration was the death of his father.
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Children can be most affected by the loss of a loved one. In Milo Golding’s case, he lost his father when he was just 13 years old.
His father died of heart attack. This made him discover that “hope”, whose value he learned from his father, can be a cure to grief and he wanted to share that to everyone.
His reflections of hope are very much related to this year’s Doodle for Google theme which is: “I am strong because. . .”
Doodle for Google is an annual art contest. It is open to all students in grades K-12. Students are encouraged to make their own original doodle and get the chance to have the doodle featured on Google.com.
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"Who Is Doodle for Google 2021 Winner Milo Golding? Google Doodle Celebrates 11th Grader" on newsweek.com
"'Finding Hope': Kentucky teenager honors late father with award-winning 'Google Doodle'" on courier-journal.com