STAR says it’s time to step down |

STAR says it’s time to step down

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Provided to the Tahoe Daily Tribune. Incoming Sheriffs Team of Active Retirees Station Manager George Schultz, left, is presented the gavel by outgoing station manager Jim Lario.

Sheriffs Team of Active Retirees Jim Lario recently passed the gavel of station leader to George Schultz. Lario has been a STAR volunteer for 10 years and the station leader for the past four years

“The four years as station leader was fun and a learning experience, but it is really time to step down,” Lario said.

He will still be active with the STAR program, doing 16 hours a month patrol and chairing the committee for Citizens Advocate for the Protection of Elders program.

Schultz has been a STAR volunteer for five years and has served as the chair of the special events committee for three years. He said that he feels he got a good grounding on the special events committee for his station leader position and is raring to go.

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