“Be Prepared…For Anything.” This is the slogan on Andrea Cahill’s business card. Cahill and her husband own Hot Brass Personal Defense, a multi-purpose self-defense business. Their courses range from NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting to First Aid/CPR. They also offer training in krav maga, a military self-defense and fighting system. For organizations, Hot Brass can offer ALICE training. Their pupils range in age from 4 to 87. Hot Brass Personal Defense seeks to “enable all individuals to build confidence, skills and awareness necessary to defend themselves, safely and responsibly.” They concentrate on empowering women. For more information about their courses and fees, call (419) 733-7400 or contact them at www.hotbrass.org.
During the business portion of the meeting, the members voted to run several 50/50 drawings to make money for their contribution to the Bryson Park Project. The club also voted to donate $100 to Zuma Park for the loan of their grill during the Lake Festival. Hans Rehrmann told the club he has been contacted about the Healthy Kids Day in Coldwater. If there is no conflict with the club’s Winter Warmth Coat Day, members have volunteered to help with this program from Mercer Health. To learn more about the Kiwanis Club of Celina, contact them at celinakiwanis.wix.com/kiwanis-club-celina or like them on Facebook.