On Thursday April 30, 2015 the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office will host their Annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon to honor the many citizens of Shasta County who volunteer countless hours to serve the community and the Sheriff’s Office. The luncheon will be held at noon at the Veterans’ Hall on Yuba Street in downtown Redding. This event is funded by donations from businesses and individuals throughout Shasta County and beyond.
Citizens in the community volunteer as: Chaplains; Lake Patrol on Shasta Lake; Citizen Volunteer Patrols in Burney, City of Shasta Lake, Cottonwood, Fall River Mills, Happy Valley, and Shingletown. Search and Rescue is comprised of Communications Posse, Rescue Dirt Riders, Dive Team, Dog Team, Eastern Flying Posse, Ground Team, Jeep Posse and Auxiliary, Mountain Bikers, Mountain Rescue, Tracking Team, Mounted Posse, Snowmobilers, and Western Flying Posse. Others assisting the Sheriff’s Office are Reserves, Explorers, the Asphalt Cowboys, and individuals who provide needed clerical support.
These volunteers selflessly donate thousands of hours of service each year, benefiting the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office and the residents of Shasta County.
– Press Release