Downey High School students Maya Salzar, 16, stands by Nate Overholtzer, 16, in the cow costume carries the "got milk?" sign as they listen (8-16-13) during the kick off of the Breakfast Challenge event during the first lunch period.
Downey High School students Maya Salzar, 16, stands by Nate Overholtzer, 16, in the cow costume carries the "got milk?" sign as they listen (8-16-13) during the kick off of the Breakfast Challenge event during the first lunch period. The Modesto Bee
Downey High School students Maya Salzar, 16, stands by Nate Overholtzer, 16, in the cow costume carries the "got milk?" sign as they listen (8-16-13) during the kick off of the Breakfast Challenge event during the first lunch period. The Modesto Bee

‘Got Milk?’ slogan to carry on in California

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