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La Crosse, Wis., prospective student dinner draws nearly 50

12/10/2010 (Archived)

For the fifth consecutive year, Palmer’s Admissions Department hosted a prospective student dinner at the Freight House Restaurant in La Crosse, Wis. There were 49 prospective students and guests at the November 13 event.

Speakers included Academic Health Center Assistant Director Ron Boesch, D.C., who spoke about the curriculum, alumnus Ben Erlandson, D.C., Davenport ‘08, who talked about what it’s like to be a chiropractor, and Davenport Campus student Justin Bohn, who shared his student experiences with the group. Admissions Representative Ellen Bassler was the host and emcee for the event.

“The program and dinner at the Freight House in La Crosse was wonderful,” said current applicant Joshua Fidler. “The approach did a great job of reaching out to the prospective students.”

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