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Prom & Graduation Drinking

​Prom and graduation are times to make memories and celebrate with friends but if it’s not done responsibly and legally it could be the last party you ever attend.
Selling alcohol to a minor or buying it for those under 21 can lead to criminal charges or civil law suits if injury or death is suffered due to the intoxicated minor.
Between April and June in a five year period (2011-2015), 53 people died and 205 people were seriously injured in crashes involving at least one teen driver. 
AGED reminds establishments and liquor stores to card everyone, every time. Parents, know that you can be held responsible for serving alcohol to minors and that it’s important to educate your teens on the dangers of consuming alcohol and driving under the influence. 


​Agents with the Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division have recently received several calls asking about the legality of auctions and if a permit is necessary.

Auctions and silent auctions are not gambling, and require no permit or license to conduct.

Questions related to charitable gambling can be directed to the Gambling Control Board