Homer Bosserman, the CHP’s most-senior volunteer, poses for an apt 101st-birthday photo earlier this year. The department is recruiting for senior volunteers to help out in its Sacramento headquarters.
Homer Bosserman, the CHP’s most-senior volunteer, poses for an apt 101st-birthday photo earlier this year. The department is recruiting for senior volunteers to help out in its Sacramento headquarters. Courtesy California Highway Patrol
Homer Bosserman, the CHP’s most-senior volunteer, poses for an apt 101st-birthday photo earlier this year. The department is recruiting for senior volunteers to help out in its Sacramento headquarters. Courtesy California Highway Patrol

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CHP recruiting seniors to volunteer at Sacramento HQ

July 14, 2015 12:57 PM

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