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Let's take a selfie: Dairy Day at the New York State Fair used for a good cause

Dairy Day at the New York State Fair was used to raise awareness for the Great American Milk Drive.
Andrew Donovan takes a selfie. (Andrew Donovan)
Andrew Donovan takes a selfie. (Andrew Donovan)
Geddes (WSYR-TV) - Dairy Day at the 2014 New York State Fair had a serious side: raising awareness for the Great American Milk Drive.

Food banks around America are struggling to offer enough milk to the people they serve, so the American Dairy Association is holding an Instagram contest. People at the Fair are asked to take a selfie in front of the butter sculpture. Snap a picture of the sculpture, tag it "#DonateMilkNY" and caption it "Text Milk to 80088 to give $5 to Feeding America" for a chance to win.

Dairy Day also had a lot of old favorites like the famous Rainbow Milk Bar.

In the video, NewsChannel 9's Andrew Donovan takes us around Dairy Day, and he took a selfie to join in the fun.
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