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Wed, Jul 10

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Meyerland, Houston

Lone Star Haganah Stage 2 - July

Stage 2 of Lone Star Haganah's Community Team Member (CTM) program is open to Stage 1 graduates and is referred to as the Greeter Program. This is when you first get involved in your congregations security infrastructure and have weekly responsibilities to your community.

Registration closes Jun 30, 2024, 8:00 PM

Lone Star Haganah Stage 2 - July
Lone Star Haganah Stage 2 - July

Time & Location

Jul 10, 2024, 8:00 PM

Meyerland, Houston

About the event

This course does require vetting from your congregations security leader, and is a pre-requisite to become a full team member. We require complete attendance of the program and will only offer each person 2 sessions to complete the required courses listed below.

  • Security Infrastructure, Questioning & Follow Up Action - Wednesday, July 10th  8:00pm - 11:00pm
  • Dry-Fire Pistol Manipulations & Gear Check -  Sunday, July 14th 8:00pm - 11:00pm
  • Medical Fundamentals  - Wednesday, July 17th 8:00pm - 10:00pm
  • Live-Fire Pistol Manipulations  - Sunday, July 21st 9am-5pm @ Thunder Gun Range  (17234 FM1314, Conroe, TX 77302)
  • Security Scenarios & Force-On-Force Fundamentals - Sunday, July 28th 8:00pm - 11:00pm

While there is no cost for the training in this program donations are greatly appreciated.

Tax Deductible Donations can be made at this link: https://www.synagoguesecurityinitiative.com/

Contact information: meir@lonestarhaganah.org

You are responsible to:

  • Pay your range fees ($35)
  • Bring your own firearm and ammo.
  • Supply your own holster, safety equipment, and proper attire.
  • Bring your own food/drinks

Required Equipment:

  • Semi-Automatic Pistol - Please make sure it functions prior to the range class (rentals NOT available)
  • Minimum of 3 magazines (5+ preferred)
  • Ammunition - 250 rounds of the correct ammunition for your firearm (extra 100 rounds if you plan to shoot the LTC Qualification)
  • Holster  - A hard-sided OWB or IWB kydex holster made for your pistol. ABSOLUTELY NO Blackhawk Serpa, Trigger Finger Release, Nylon, Leather, shoulder, or purse holsters allowed. If you are not sure if your holster is allowed, please contact us prior to the class.
  • Safety equipment - Eye protection and ear protection
  • Proper attire - closed-toe shoes, baseball cap, high collared shirt (nothing low cut), long pants, belt
  • Magazine Pouch - a way to hold 1 extra magazine (not mandatory)

Schedule


  • 3 hours

    Security Infrastructure, Questioning & Follow Up Action


  • 3 hours

    Dry-Fire Pistol Manipulations & Gear Check

3 more items available

Registration closes Jun 30, 2024, 8:00 PM

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