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56 firearm safety students certified

Firearm safety in Pequot Lakes recently came to an end, with 56 students completing the program. Instructors Calvin and John Wallin expressed appreciation toward the adults who were in attendance in support of those becoming certified, as well an...

Firearm safety in Pequot Lakes recently came to an end, with 56 students completing the program. Instructors Calvin and John Wallin expressed appreciation toward the adults who were in attendance in support of those becoming certified, as well and the school district for allowing the program to use its facilities.
Firearm safety in Pequot Lakes recently came to an end, with 56 students completing the program. Instructors Calvin and John Wallin expressed appreciation toward the adults who were in attendance in support of those becoming certified, as well and the school district for allowing the program to use its facilities.

Firearm safety in Pequot Lakes recently came to an end, with 56 students completing the program. Instructors Calvin and John Wallin expressed appreciation toward the adults who were in attendance in support of those becoming certified, as well and the school district for allowing the program to use its facilities.

Calvin completed his 50th year teaching firearm safety, and John his 49th year.

Firearm safety in Pequot Lakes recently came to an end, with 56 students completing the program. Instructors Calvin and John Wallin expressed appreciation toward the adults who were in attendance in support of those becoming certified, as well and the school district for allowing the program to use its facilities.
Firearm safety in Pequot Lakes recently came to an end, with 56 students completing the program. Instructors Calvin and John Wallin expressed appreciation toward the adults who were in attendance in support of those becoming certified, as well and the school district for allowing the program to use its facilities.

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