Residents of LaFayette showed up at the city council meeting on Monday evening in Walker County to protest that town’s decision to sell beer at the city owned golf course.   The pastor of First Baptist Church in LaFayette, Dr. Todd Gaddis told council members that instead of selling beer to raise revenue the council should have considered raising fees at the golf course.  Gaddis said he realized that his statement was probably “too little – too late.” The council did make some concessions to the protesters, saying that golf course beer customers must drink their beer from a Styrofoam cup instead of directly from the can.  Also the council has decided to have an “alcohol free’” area at the course’s club house.