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2013 Golden Cow raises spirits, funds

Golden Cow, which Student Council held this year on Wednesday, Feb. 6, is a cherished RBHS tradition, managing to warm even a cold February night with laughter and dancing. For one night, students and teachers alike drop their inhibitions and dance and lip-sync with everything they’ve got, all to raise money for the University of Missouri-Columbia’s program Rockin’ Against Multiple Sclerosis. Whether it was fiercely dancing zombies, shameless stripping or an adorable pug shirt, this year’s Golden Cow didn’t disappoint.

First Place: Team Dixon

Second Place: Team Adam Burnam

Third Place: Erik Miller

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The Moo Revue

Drew Rodgers, Laurel Critchfield, Hyelee Won, Shelby Richardson, Kate Harline, Nidhi Khurana, Devin Carney, Marissa Soumokil, Lauren Livesay, Nick Hardeman, Brett Stover, Joe Pratt, Khaymen Hoelscher, Sam Brand, Robert Benad, Earl Salmons, Stephen Turban

Erik Miller

Erik Miller


Morgan Widhalm, Emily Thomas, Lauren Puckett, Megan Kelly, Sam Ryan, Jaynell Lardizabal, Eryn Wanyonyi, Aniqa Rahman, Evann Twitchell, Asa Lory, David Wang, Grant Flakne, Brice LaFond, Aaron Meyers, Bobby Backus

Pug Motivation

Adam Burnam

Team Dixon

West Wilson, Olivia Mends, Annie Rumpf, Matt Bush, Sydney Ringdahl, Mike Nemec, Chris Hickman, Morgan Bumby, Josie Camden, Katherine Odom, Sam Keller, Eli Sherman

Video by Urmila Kutikkad

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Erik Miller February 11, 2013 at 2:40 pm

One year gone into that act and my mouth dries up on stage. That’s never happened before. It didn’t happen last year, or when I entered the talent show in 9th grade at Jeff Junior. It didn’t happen when I spoke infront of hundreds of people giving a speech. I think it’s because I came to the conclusion that this was perhaps the last time I would do this, so I go nervous. No idea what happened, but honestly, I DO think I deseve more credit. Also, kudos to Mr. Burnam.


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