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From the Past to the Present–Palmer Women Continue to Inspire

From the Past to the Present–Palmer Women Continue to Inspire

Winter 2016

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Palmer helps celebrate Port Orange Family Days

Dr. Tara Cheuvront at the Palmer booth.
Dr. Tara stands behind a table at the Palmer tent (outside)

The estimated 60,000 people in attendance had an opportunity to learn about chiropractic and Palmer College and Clinics during the annual Port Orange Family Days in October. Representing Palmer were clinic faculty members Tara Cheuvront, D.C., Florida ’10; Joanne Eash, D.C., Florida ’07; and Leslie Pelletier, D.C., Florida ’12, along with clinic interns. Several other Palmer alumni with their own displays also participated in the weekend-long event.

Palmer helps celebrate Port Orange Family Days Port Orange Family Days and Family Days Community Trust is a non-profit organization that contributes financially to the needs of the community. Their activities and events help support a food bank, school grants, free movie nights, coats and shoes for needy students, high school and sports scholarships, and the needs of local youth and sports organizations.

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