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PPD, BRTC to hold concealed handgun class in April

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PARAGOULD, AR (KAIT) -

The Paragould Police Department and Black River Technical College will host the year’s first concealed handgun license class on Saturday, April 8.

The class will begin at 8 a.m. on the BRTC campus, weather permitting. Chief Todd Stovall, Captain Phillip Faulkner and Captain Greg Trout will be the instructors.

The cost of the class is $70, payable to BRTC. Coffee, sodas, snacks, and a light lunch will be provided.

Those needing to re-certify should meet at the firing range at noon that day. Cost of re-certification is $25.

To register for the class, contact Trish Sanderson at 870-239-0969, extension 5220; or click here to register. Those needed to re-certify do not need to pre-register.

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