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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A Tucson student has won a contest to design a stamp for Tucson's 238th birthday.

14-year-old Sierra McLean created a black rider on a bucking horse in front of a purple-blue A-mountain with the city view, blending past with present.

Mclean goes to City High School. 

You can buy her stamp for $1.50 each.

The extra costs go to benefit the Youth Education through Stamps program, which is sponsored by the Postal History Foundation.

You can order the winning stamp by visiting the organization's website here: www.postalhistoryfoundation.org.

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