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Governor Names Four to Fair Board

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s office announced several appointments on July 24 to the 22nd District Agricultural Association Board of Directors. The nine-member board manages and operates the Del Mar Fairgrounds and equestrian facilities, which hosts 350 events each year including the San Diego County Fair.

Appointees include Ruben Barrales, Kim Fletcher, Vivian Hardage and Barry Nussbaum.

Barrales, 45, of Del Mar, is the president and chief executive officer of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce. He previously served as a deputy assistant to President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2006.

Fletcher, 79, of Rancho Santa Fe, served as president of Investors Leasing Corp. He previously served as a trainee and chair of the HomeFed Bank board of directors from 1950 to 1992. He is director emeritus of the University of San Diego board of trustees, past chair of the United Way, past member of the Sharp Memorial Hospital board of directors and is active in the San Dieguito Boys and Girls Club.

Hardage, 53, of Rancho Santa Fe, has served on the fair board of directors since 2005. She serves as the cofounder and board member of Vision of Children Foundation. She is also a member off the Fairbanks Republican Women Federated and member of the Rancho Santa Fe Women’s Fund and Country Friends.

Nussbaum, of Rancho Santa Fe, has served on the fair board since 1999 including four terms as president. He currently serves as chair of fair operations. Nussbaum, 52, has also served as chief executive officer for BNC Real Estate since 1977. He is actively involved in the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Jewish National Fund and the Anti-Defamation League.

These positions do not require Senate confirmation and there is no salary, according to the governor’s office. Each will serve a four-year term.

, Michelle Mowad

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