On December 20th 2012, over 266 7th and 8th grade students and 25 staff members from Urbana Junior High School came together to create the first ever lip dub in Urbana history. This project is a product of the 8th grade technology applications class with help from the 7th grade technology class, taught by Mr. Nick Marino. Many staff members provided support, and for that we would like to thank Mrs. Joanne Petty, our principal for allowing us to go through with this project and her support from the beginning to the end. To Mr. Greg Stickel who gave this idea legs and support both as a principal last year and as a friend this year, Mrs. Kelly Karnehm for her support (and markers) and Mrs. Miller for her moral support and the use of her office, and to Mr. Ryan Eldridge for his audio idea and help. To Ms. Parker for your encouragement and support and of course for all of the supplies that we used We owe you big time. To all of the other teacher who allowed us instructional time to rehearse our one walk through on Wed, Dec 19th and two live takes on December 20th during Climber Time, we understand how important instructional minutes are and we appreciate your support. To Mr. David Sapp, our band director for suppling instruments, extra band members, twirlers, and his support. To Coach Kevin Bowdle for the use of his skeleton, "George". To Mr. Nick Marino and Mr. Chuck Green for lending their likeness for the life-size posters. To the JH coaches, Mr. Bill Moss, Coach Kris Doggett, Mrs. Katie Miller, Mrs. Cheryl Poppel, Mr. Kevin Bowdle, Coach Tyler Finkbine, Coach Ryan Eickhoff, Mrs. Lorissa Haddix and especially to Sparky for making an appearance, and Mrs. Katie deNijis for allowing us to use the Sparky head. Thank you to all of the 8th grade technology application students for making a moment that one day we can look back at and say "I was there". Way cool! To the students of Urbana Junior High School- THANKS for making this dream come true. I don't know if the video can really capture the energy that was in the building that day but you all truly make Urbana Junior High a fun place to work and IT REALLY IS A GOOD TIME!