Students don milk mustaches for World School Milk Day

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The Midwest Dairy Council (MDC) “mustache” you a question – where’s your milk mustache?

In celebration of World School Milk Day, MDC is hosting a student-driven milk mustache contest.

To enter, students are encouraged to don their best milk mustache or milk mustache stickers while participating in various school activities – eating breakfast or lunch, working at a computer, doing a favorite physical activity or simply posing with a teacher or school principal.

“We are looking forward to reviewing the submissions for this contest,” said Bridget Sheehan, a registered dietitian with Midwest Dairy Council. “We are encouraging schools to join in the celebration and be one of many schools from more than 40 countries recognizing the importance of school milk on World School Milk Day.”

The MDC includes a recipe for making the perfect milk mustache-making milkshake or printable pages of mustaches that can be attached to straws.

One Grand Prize winner will receive a $1,000 Fuel Up to Play 60 Game Time Rewards Lock and two soft-sided coolers. Other prizes will also be awarded. Click here to learn more.

A similar program from the Dairy Council of Arizona/Arizona Milk Producers asked prospective college students to enter their best milk mustache to win up to $12,000 in scholarships. Read, “Milk moustaches earn serious college moolah.”



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