Big Fresno Fair CEO John Alkire speaks to guests on opening day of the fair on Oct. 4, 2017. During the opening day ceremony, the fair board of directors presented awards and gifts to longtime supporters. Numerous dignitaries including Fresno mayor Lee Brand, Fresno State first lady Mary Castro and Fresno County Supervisor, District 3, Sal Quintero were present.
Big Fresno Fair CEO John Alkire speaks to guests on opening day of the fair on Oct. 4, 2017. During the opening day ceremony, the fair board of directors presented awards and gifts to longtime supporters. Numerous dignitaries including Fresno mayor Lee Brand, Fresno State first lady Mary Castro and Fresno County Supervisor, District 3, Sal Quintero were present. dcasarez@vidaenelvalle.com
Big Fresno Fair CEO John Alkire speaks to guests on opening day of the fair on Oct. 4, 2017. During the opening day ceremony, the fair board of directors presented awards and gifts to longtime supporters. Numerous dignitaries including Fresno mayor Lee Brand, Fresno State first lady Mary Castro and Fresno County Supervisor, District 3, Sal Quintero were present. dcasarez@vidaenelvalle.com

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