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Kids and parents gather for fifth annual Milk Mustache Contest in Grand Forks

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Kids and parents alike traveled to Valley Dairy convenience store on South Washington Street to take part in its fifth annual Milk Mustache Contest Tuesday in Grand Forks.

Resembling a small county fair, games and activities ranging from face painting to a cake walk were available for kids.

The main draw was the Milk Mustache Contest itself. Contestants were divided into three groups: boys, girls, and adults. The two kids with the best mustached won a bike while the adults won tickets to a UND hockey game.

  
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