Private security guards stand at the entrance to a beer booth at the Stanislaus County Fair in 2009. Three Turlock nonprofits have been told they will no longer be allowed to sell alcohol at their booths because the fair is taking over booze sales.
Private security guards stand at the entrance to a beer booth at the Stanislaus County Fair in 2009. Three Turlock nonprofits have been told they will no longer be allowed to sell alcohol at their booths because the fair is taking over booze sales. Darryl Bush Modesto Bee file
Private security guards stand at the entrance to a beer booth at the Stanislaus County Fair in 2009. Three Turlock nonprofits have been told they will no longer be allowed to sell alcohol at their booths because the fair is taking over booze sales. Darryl Bush Modesto Bee file

Jeff Jardine: Nonprofits lose Stanislaus County Fair alcohol sales

December 03, 2014 09:49 PM

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