Peggy Stout, a long time resident of Calaveras County, has just received her One Year Service Pin from Betty Miner, Captain of the Calaveras County Sheriff Volunteer Unit, for the successful completion of her first year service as a Sheriff Volunteer.
Having retired as a manager from the Calaveras Unified School District after 25 years of service, Peggy is no stranger to the operation of the Sheriff’s Office as she has previously served as Sheriff’s Posse with emphasis in rescue effort involving air, marine, off road and horses.
Peggy continues to receive and complete extensive training through the Sheriff Volunteer Unit in the operation of the Sheriff’s Office, the Sheriff’s Substation and working in public events. Her goal in serving as a Sheriff Volunteer is to give back to her community and to help the public to learn more about the important service being provided by the men and women of the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office.
The Calaveras County Sheriff Volunteer Unit continues to need more volunteers like Peggy as there is more work to be done. Serious-minded Calaveras County citizens, retired or semi-retired, wishing to help their community and meeting the qualifications and requirements are encouraged to apply by calling the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office at (209) 754-5600, or visit email@example.com. Seniors are welcome and no law enforcement experience is necessary.