Elementary school takes top spot for golden creation
MUSTANG, Okla.-A local elementary school shows it has what it takes to take the gold twice.
Mustang Elementary has made history by becoming the ‘Made By Milk’ National Grand Prize winner two years in a row.
The students built a model of the Golden Gate Bridge out of nearly 27,000 milk cartons.
The bridge is 12-feet tall, 110-inches long and is currently on display at Science Museum Oklahoma.
The school will be accepting the $5,000 grand prize from the contest sponsor, Every Green Packaging, at 12 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 12 in the museum’s Science Live Theater.
The public is invited to celebrate this award-winning creation with the students.
For more information, visit the Made By Milk website.
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