Duchesne County Sheriff’s Office Mix Fun into Testing

What may have looked like an intense adult softball game in Duchesne County on Wednesday was actually professionals proving their fitness abilities. Again this year, Sheriff David Boren opted to hold a softball tournament in lieu of the typical Physical Testing day required by Utah P.O.S.T. “There was a lot of laughter, camaraderie, rivalry and teamwork,” shares the Sheriff’s Office. “It was a great way to come together as an office and enjoy one another and help to relieve the stresses that this profession brings to our deputies and staff.” Sheriff Boren thanked all involved in the fun and successful day.

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