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Page 4 Attorney’s


Corner Lance Fuchs


Faircracker SPRING 2020 License to Thrill “Illegal Gambling” Section 616.09 of the Florida Statues specifically prohib-


its a fair association to allow illegal gambling on its fair- grounds. The Florida Statutes provide in pertinent part:


“Nothing in this chapter shall be held or construed to authorize or permit any fair association to carry on, conduct, supervise, permit, or suffer any gambling or game of chance, lottery, betting, or other act in violation of the criminal laws of the state; and nothing in this chapter shall permit horseracing or dog racing or any other pari-mutuel wagering, for money or upon which money is placed. F.


S. 66 9.” 1.0


on its fairgrounds, the penalty is forfeiture of the fair’s charter.


In the event a fair association allows illegal gambling However, there are forms of gambling which are


declared legal in the State of Florida and are outlined in Chapter 849 of the Florida Statues (ie. bingo, drawings by chance, game promotions, etc.). Accordingly, it is im- portant to note that if a fair association intends to avail itself of any of the exceptions contained in Chapter 849 of the Florida Statutes, or allows an entity or individual to do so, that fair management ensures that they are in compli- ance with the laws governing gambling in this State.


With a License to Thrill...the Florida Federation of


Fairs will honor our President Bill Olson on Thurs- day, May 14th with a 007 theme. Don your Bond worthy black tie attire or get creative and go un- dercover as your favorite villain or vixen from cine- ma past. Shaken or stirred…Goldfinger, Hon- ey Rider, Blofield, Miss Moneypenny, Odd Job, Tiffany Case or Jaws should just be enough to get your creative juices flowing. The Gala on Saturday, May 17th will also be a Bond worthy event


2020 Mar 3-8 Mar 5-10 Mar 6-14 Mar 13-22 Mar 17-22 Mar 12-29


2020 FAIR DATES Bradford County Fair


DIRECTORY PHOTO CONTEST The purpose of the photo contest is to design a


Alachua County Youth Fair Gainesville Sumter County Fair


Mar 12-Apr 5*Miami-Dade County Fair Miami Mar 20-28 Mar 23-29 Apr 1-5 Apr 2-5 Apr 2-11 Apr 2-11* Apr 3-11 Apr 9-18


Putnam County Ag Fair Citrus County Fair Flagler County Fair Levy County Fair Clay County Ag Fair


Santa Rosa County Fair Hernando County Fair Lake County Fair


Sarasota County Ag Fair Sarasota Okeechobee County Fair Okeechobee Collier County Fair


Naples


East Palatka Inverness Bunnell Williston


Brooksville Eustis


Webster Starke


cover for the Florida Federation of Fairs member- ship directory using photographs submitted by member Fairs. Photographs should be of activi- ties during the Fair or other Fair related events. Please obscure the name of your Fair or your Midway in any photograph. Four photos will be chosen to be used on the


Green Cove Spr Milton


*Check Fair website for dates closed during this period


cover of the next year’s Directory. All 4 photos chosen will be treated equally and the winners will be announced at the luncheon on Saturday during the Annual Convention. Application form is at www.floridafairs.org Must bring photo to registration desk by 5:00


on Thursday, May 14, 2020 or make prior ar- rangements for delivery with the Executive Director.


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