President of Lodge 88
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Polygraph Test – What to Expect
May 18th 2020 | 3:06 pm
Danny Seiler – Examiner One of the most often asked questions is, “How long does the test take”. The easy answer is about an hour and a half. Continue reading and you will learn why it takes an hour and a half and sometimes more. Before you arrive, I have done the following to make sure that I am ready. I have reviewed all background information, and I have spoken with the requesting client. I have also checked my equipment. I check...
May 15th 2020 | 8:17 pm
May 14, 2020, 3:25 PM Ladies and Gents, As of now, we can start LEOSA qualifications for 2020, HOWEVER; WE ARE ONLY HAVING 8 SHOOTERS PER DAY. The wearing of a mask will be at your discretion. We will be shooting between June 01 and September 10. Next years’ 2021 qualifica...
Virtual Lodge Meetings
April 27th 2020 | 3:44 pm
Because of the distancing and group gathering restrictions required during the Coronavirus emergency, until further notice, our committee and regular monthly meetings will be held online. The MTA 88 monthly Lodge meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting starting in May. Sessions will be hosted on the Zoom software platform. Everyone that has an email on file with our website will be sent an email invitation to the meetings. If you have not registered on...
Reminder – No MTA 88 Meeting
April 13th 2020 | 5:01 pm
This is just a reminder, there will not be an MTA Lodge 88 tomorrow. The Monthly Lodge membership meeting was canceled because of the Coronavirus emergency several weeks ago. The lodge officers will conduct a video meeting instead. In May if emergency conditions continue we will conduct our monthly general membership meeting online. Thanks
Virtual Meetings on Zoom
April 5th 2020 | 3:41 pm
The following is an edited version of a research article published on April 3, 2020. My conclusions are people in government and business with security concerns should be careful when using Zoom Meeting Software. However, for those using Zoom to keep in touch with friends, hold social events, or organize courses or lectures that they might otherwise hold in a public or semi-public venue, our findings should not necessarily be concerning. If you wo...