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Missouri CCW (Concealed Carry Weapon) Training Classes


July 15, 2018
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Class location*:

Moberly Area Community College
Career Center Room C25
101 College Avenue
Moberly MO  65270-1304

Cost $100

Checks made payable to MACC


This eight-hour course covers and meets all State of Missouri criteria to receive your official Certificate of Qualification.  Topics to be covered are:

  • Principles of handgun safety
  • Basic principles of marksmanship
  • Care and cleaning of concealable firearms
  • Safe storage of firearms at home
  • Demonstrations by the applicant that he/she can safely load/unload the firearm and has demonstrated marksmanship
  • Review of firearms laws
  • Laws pertaining to justifiable use of force
  • Live fire exercises

Please return the enrollment form with your $100.00 fee before July 12, 2018 to:

Law Enforcement Training Center
101 College Avenue
Moberly MO 65270  

We will need a minimum of 10 paid applicants for the class to take place.

Remember no personal weapons will be allowed in the classroom or the firing range.  Bring appropriate clothing for the firing range; you will be going to the firing range regardless of the weather.  Bring a lawn chair and drink.  Weapons and ammunition will be provided for you.  Mark Nichols will be the NRA Certified Firearms Instructor for this class.

* Directions from Hwy 63:  take Hwy EE exit (Rollins Street) to the college.  Come around to the back of the college to park in the big parking lot; you will see the Career Center on the right side of the lot.


For questions, please call Dorinda Dameron @ 660-263-4100 x11279.



International Week Quiz

To celebrate International Week,  MACC challenges you to answer the following 10 questions to test your international knowledge. On November 17th at 4pm, a random drawing will be held from all completed entries. The first 5 names drawn will receive a cool MACC T-shirt! 




Black History Month Quiz Answers

How did you do?


 1. As a victim of the Boston Massacre in 1770, this African American was one of the first to lose his life for the cause of American independence.

a. Crispus Attucks
b. Charles Williams
c. George Washington Carver
d. John Lewis


2. Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution granted citizenship to newly freed slaves?

a. 10th
b. 13th
c. 14th
d. 15th


3. African American members of the U.S. cavalry regiments in the latter 19th century were nicknamed the

a. Guts and Glory Boys
b. Buffalo Soldiers
c. 54th Colored Infantry
d. Harlem Hellfighters


4. Which 1896 Supreme Court case declared that segregation was legal and constitutional, as long as segregated facilities were “separate but equal?”

a. Dred Scott v. Sanford
b. Brown v. Board of Education
c. McLaurin v. Oklahoma State Regents
d. Plessy v. Ferguson


5. One of the key founders of the NAACP in 1909 was

a. Frederick Douglass
b. Booker T. Washington
c. W. E. B. DuBois
d. John Lewis


6. Who was the first African American to win an Oscar?

a. Hattie McDaniel
b. Halle Berry
c. Dorothy Dandridge
d. Billie Holiday


7. What 1954 Supreme Court case led to the desegregation of elementary and secondary public schools?

a. Bakke v. Regents of California
b. Brown v. Board of Education
c. Gaines v. Canada
d. Bush v. Gore


8. Who were the “Little Rock Nine”?

a. An early soul group that sang civil rights protest songs
b. The citizens who, along with Rosa Parks, refused to ride segregated public busses in Montgomery, Alabama.
c. A group of black students who helped desegregate Central High School in Arkansas.
d. Segregationists who fire-bombed the home of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.


9. In 1960, civil rights protestors staged “sit-ins” at segregated lunch counters in what southern state?

a. Virginia
b. North Carolina
c. South Carolina
d. Georgia


10. What event took place during the 1963 March on Washington?

a. The Black Panthers were founded.
b. African Americans were granted full voting privileges.
c. Four student protestors were killed by National Guard troops.
d. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his “I Have a Dream” speech.


11. This famous civil rights leader was assassinated in 1965.

a. Frederick Douglass
b. Martin Luther King Jr.
c. Medgar Evers
d. Malcolm X


12. The first African American to serve as a justice on the Supreme Court was

a. Clarence Thomas
b. Booker T. Washington
c. Thurgood Marshall
d. W.E. B. DuBois


13. In what 1967 case did the Supreme Court declare that laws prohibiting interracial marriage were unconstitutional?

a. Dred Scott v. Sanford
b. Loving v. Virginia
c. Plessy v. Ferguson
d. Korematsu v. United States


14. The first African American Secretary of State was

a. Colin Powell
b. George Washington Carver
c. Jocelyn Elders
d. Mae Jemison


15. The first woman ever to lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, D.C. was

a. Harriett Tubman
b. Mary McLeod Bethune
c. Maya Angelou
d. Rosa Parks



International Week Quiz Answers

How did you do? Correct answers are below.


1. What leader does Russia aid in Syria?



2. What nation today is considered a communist dictatorship?

North Korea


3. What is the name of the original native residents of Australia?



4. This nation is sometimes called “the boot” owing to its shape:



5. What is the most commonly spoken language in Brazil?



6. This is the largest nation in land area:



7. Recently, which three ASIAN countries have been visited by US President Donald Trump?

Japan, South Korea & China


8. What part of Spain tried to separate from Spain, and declare independence, but was denied?



9. Which country, via a June 23rd, 2016 referendum, decided to withdraw from the European Union?

The United Kingdom (UK)


10. In what county in England does MACC offer a semester abroad?





Black History Month Quiz


How much do you know about black history? Take this short quiz to test your knowledge of major events and African-American leaders who contributed to the formation of the United States. You may even win a free MACC t-shirt!

Drawing for 5 MACC t-shirts will be held on Tuesday, February 28th at 4pm.