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Caramel corn finds new home at Nevada County Fairgrounds’ Treat Street

The Grass Valley Gold Country Lions caramel corn booth moved to a new location on Treat Street at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. The caramel corn can now be found in the same building as the Job's Daughters corn dogs and the Nevada County Jewish Community Center’s “The Corner Deli.” The Lions have been working on the booth — that was formerly the Nevada City Ladies Elks — for the past six months with the help of Freschi Construction and Hansen Bros.
Photo by John Hart |

The Grass Valley Gold Country Lions caramel corn booth moved to a new location on Treat Street at the Nevada County Fairgrounds.

The caramel corn can now be found in the same building as the Job’s Daughters corn dogs and the Nevada County Jewish Community Center’s “The Corner Deli.” The Lions have been working on the booth — that was formerly the Nevada City Ladies Elks — for the past six months with the help of Freschi Construction and Hansen Bros.


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