The annual fall gathering of Cleveland Chiropractic College-Los Angeles alumni took place Sept. 25, as more than 150 guests returned to campus for “Coming Home 2010.” Attendance for the event has increased steadily over the past five years with the number of attendees growing by more than 50 people since 2006.
The day featured the opportunity to earn up to 12 hours of continuing education units, and featured speakers and their topic of expertise, including: Dr. David Gendreau (X-ray), Dr. Matt Hubbard (Extremity Adjusting/Technique) and Dr. Troy Dukowitz (Philosophy).
Check-in began at 7 a.m. followed by breakfast. At 8 a.m. the morning seminars began and continued on through lunch at 12:30 p.m. The afternoon sessions began at 1:30 p.m. and concluded at 7 p.m.
Dr. Adana Moses ’09, CCCLA alumni board president, said the spirit of the day made it special for all who attended.
“Coming Home is a wonderful way to bring our Cleveland family together,” Moses said. “We not only get together as a profession but as proud alumni of the college.”
Moses said she received lots of positive feedback from those in attendance. From the technique presentation to the quality of the food, many were happy with what the day had to offer. There were a lot of ‘thank yous’ and the doctors seemed to find favor with all of the events, especially the philosophy message presented by Dukowitz.
Reflecting on the day-long seminar, Moses said she was pleased to hear the positive comments from those who attended.
“I will most remember how thankful the doctors were for an outstanding event, and their excitement and gratitude for chiropractic,” Moses said.
Alumni arrived on campus to accrue additional education hours, and they left with a renewed sense of what it means to be a chiropractor and a Cleveland graduate.