Doubleheader For Lions Club Meeting On Thursday

Written by on April 12, 2022

The Minden Lions Club will hear from two guest speakers on two different topics during its regular club meeting this Thursday at noon.

Joey Miguez, head instructor at DavTac Custom Arms and Ammo, will speak about the Bossier City indoor shooting range, concealed carry courses, and firearms training.

Miguez is retired from the United States Air Force’s Security Forces and has trained USAF’s Nuclear Weapons Tactical Recapture Forces and Emergency Services Team members. He’s also trained numerous civilian SWAT officer in Basic SWAT Operations. Miguez has worked with and trained local, state and federal police agencies, as well as both US and foreign military personnel.

Miguez is a certified instructor in the following fields: NRA Law Enforcement Pistol and Shotgun, NRA Pistol, NRA Shotgun, NRA Personnel Protection in the Home, Full Spectrum Operators Combatives (FSOC), Executive Protection/Close in Protection Specialist, Close Quarter Combat Instructor (CQB), Terrorism Awareness, Advance Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (A.L.E.R.R.T.), TASER International, Anti-terrorism Awareness, Defensive Tactics, and Foreign Weapons.

Also speaking Thursday will be Shelia Hoh, president of the Scottish Society of the Louisiana Highlands, which is based in Shreveport. She will be joined by Linda Carlisle, treasurer of the Scottish Society. Hoh will present information about the upcoming 20th Annual Scottish Tartan Festival, which will be held Saturday, April 23 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. at Scotland Farms in Minden (224 La. Hwy. 518, Minden).

Hoh is a retired elementary school teacher of 27 years with Caddo Parish Schools. She became involved with the Scottish Society of the Louisiana Highlands and the Scottish Tartan Festival back in 2004 and has been an avid supporter of the group ever since. Hoh has served as chairman of the Scottish Tartan Festival for several years.

Hoh will speak to the group on the upcoming Scottish Tartan Festival and how it grew from a “picnic” on the farm of Dr. Alan Cameron to the full-fledged event it has become today, welcoming up to 2,000 attendees each spring. She will speak about the significance of the date chosen for the festival and the rich heritage it represents.

Hoh encourages all Lions attending Thursday’s meeting to show their Scottish pride and wear tartan (plaid).

The Minden Lions Club meets Thursdays at noonat the American Legion Memorial Home, located at 119 Pine St. in Minden.

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