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Massachusetts Basic Firearms Safety Class
This is a four-hour course taught in a classroom setting and taught by our MA State Certified Instructors. License to Carry Firearms (LTC A): This is a may-issue photo and fingerprint card, renewable every six years Class “A” LTC will cover purchase, possession or transportation and carrying of all handguns, rifles and shotguns. Loaded firearms must be under the direct control while in a vehicle. Firearms Identification Card (FID): Photo and fingerprint card, renewable every six years. This card covers the purchase, possession or transportation of non-large capacity rifles or shotguns, ammunition therefore or chemical sprays. Pistol Parts and Operation Ammunition Using a Pistol Safely Operating a Pistol Cleaning, Storing, and Transporting a Pistol Shooting Fundamentals Various Shooting Positions Improving and Maintaining Shooting Skills MA Laws Pertaining to Permit Application, Firearms Storage and Transportation

When: May 19, 2019 9:30AM in Hamilton, MA

75th Anniversary of D-Day: George S. Patton IV - The Reluctant D-Day Decoy

Come join us at the official home of record of four-star General George S. Patton IV as we explore the role this brilliant military strategist played in helping to plan the epic Allied invasion of Normandy on June 6th, 1944.  Guest Speaker Sherman Fleek, Lt. Col. - US Army Retired - Command Historian, USMA at West Point Sherman Fleek retired from the U. S. Army in 2002, after a 25 year career, as a lieutenant colonel. He served as an aviator, Special Forces officer, and enlisted armor crewman, ending his career as Chief Historian of the National Guard Bureau. Lt. Col. Fleek joined the Army in 1973, serving in Mainz, Germany. Commissioned from the ROTC in 1982, he has also served in air cavalry, air assault, and fixed wing support units. He was commander of several units, served two joint tours, and served in combat arms units from platoon through division. A native of Layton, Utah, he holds a B.A. in English from Brigham Young University and a Master of Arts degree in American History from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. He served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Idaho. He married Michel E. Johnson in July 1982, and has five children: three boys and two girls. As a historian, he has more than thirty articles published on military, frontier army, Mexican War and Civil War history in national periodicals and historical journals. In 2006, his first book appeared, the award-winning History May be Searched in Vain: A Military History of the Mormon Battalion; his second book, Place the Headstones Where they Belong, a biography of Thomas Neibaur, a World War I recipient of the Medal of Honor, appeared in 2008. He later published two historical novels on the Mexican War in the Far West. His latest book, Saints of Valor: Mormon Medal of Honor Recipients, was published in late 2011, and again in 2013. He served from 2002-2005 as historian for a Civil War preservation foundation, telling the Civil War story in the Shenandoah Valley. In 2005, the U.S. Army appointed Mr. Fleek as the historian to record and to write the Army’s official history of the reconstruction efforts in Iraq, then served in Iraq in early 2006. In May, 2007, he became the first ever historian for Walter Reed Army Medical Center. In 2009, he was appointed the command historian for the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY. Also Fleek has taught military history to cadets at West Point since 2013, and a graduate history course to Army officers affiliated with Columbia University’s Teachers College. Lt. Col. Fleek’s awards include the Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal and eight other decorations including the Master Aviator Badge, being qualified in several rotary and fixed-wing aircraft with more than 2,200 flying hours. He also received the Army Parachutist Badge, Special Forces Tab and Air Assault Badge. In May 2016 Fleek received the Secretary of the Army Award for Valor for disrupting an armed robbery at a restaurant in California in May 2015.

When: Jun 1, 2019 5pm in Hamilton, MA

Polo in Hamilton, MA - 2019

Experience the exhilarating sport of polo held at the oldest active polo club in America!  Matches are held every Sunday, June – September. Gates open at 1:30p.m. – Matches start at 3:00p.m. General Admission Tickets: $15 per person, children 12 and under are free. Arrive early, bring a picnic and secure your tailgate spot.  Reserved Seats: $25 per person, children under 12 are free.  Enjoy the day in style - reserve a seat in our covered pavilion with the best views of the game and in front of the awards presentation. Reserved Tailgate Spots: $100 per vehicle, includes 2 entry tickets (value $30), children 12 and under are free. Reserve a ring-side spot for your car where you can picnic and enjoy the game (limited 10 spaces per game - reserve early to secure your spot.  Ticket sales for tailgate spaces end Saturday evenings at 5pm.) For more information: www.myopiapolo.org 

When: Jun 2, 2019 1:30PM in Hamilton, MA

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About Hamilton, MA
Hamilton Massachusetts is a rural town comprised predominantly of residential space and many of its 7,000 plus residents commute to work to Boston and surrounding communities. The town has no manufacturing industry and no industrially zoned land so Hamilton’s identity as a suburban bedroom community is assured.

Hamilton has very special appeal as a residential community. Its location provides easy access to the Atlantic seashore with its beaches and preserves. Inside the town typifies rural New England with its many historic houses and large areas of open and agricultural land. Bradley Palmer State Parkand the Myopia Hunt Club and several large estates and horse properties can all be found within the boundaries of Hamilton.

If you were to visit the town you would likely share the road with horseback riders. Also within Hamilton is beautiful Chebacco Lake-great for fishing and boating. Hamilton residents are extremely proud of its well ranked regional school system that it shares with the town of Wenham.