Lions Club learns about Concealed Carry laws


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Pictured left to right is Dee Hail of Vandalia Range & Armory and Lions Club President Gary Schomburg.


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VANDALIA – The featured speaker at the May 12 dinner meeting of the Vandalia Lions Club was Dee Hail, who teaches a two-week firearms course for the Basic Police Academy in Greene County with her husband, Tom, a retired Montgomery County Sheriff Sergeant. She now works at the Vandalia Range & Armory, covering firearm safety to beginners and presenting required Ohio Concealed Carry classes.

Her presentation included Ohio’s Training Requirements, How & where to apply, Responsibilities associated with holding a Concealed handgun License, and limitations for use of deadly force. Detailed information can be obtained at the Ohio Attorney General’s website at www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov.

Pictured left to right is Dee Hail of Vandalia Range & Armory and Lions Club President Gary Schomburg.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2016/05/web1_Lions.jpgPictured left to right is Dee Hail of Vandalia Range & Armory and Lions Club President Gary Schomburg. Contributed photo

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Reach the Vandalia Lions Club at 890-1040.

Reach the Vandalia Lions Club at 890-1040.

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