Ed Park loves being around people and he loves his horses. Those two loves are united in his volunteer job as a mounted sheriff’s deputy.“It’s special when someone comes up and asks to smell the horse,” said Park who, along with other volunteer presenters elaborated on their roles, duties and responsibilities with the Carson City Sheriff’s Office during the last day of the Citizen’s Academy. The academy is put on three times a year by the sheriff’s office, with the next one planned in February.People who grew up with horses miss the horse and hay smell, Park said, adding that …
Volunteers expand on duties at citizen’s academy
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