Over 100 guests joined us the weekend of June 3 for CMCC’s first in-person Homecoming since 2019. Bright skies and good weather contributed to a wonderful opportunity for anniversary classes and other guests to reconnect.
Friday began with a number of online CE presentations and culminated with a cocktail reception and sit down-dinner under a large marquee on campus.
The evening featured entertainment by the Redeemers, a talented group of doo wop singers whose close harmony singing kept the audience on the dance floor.
Members of the class of ’72 were recognized on their 50th anniversary and were presented with class pins and 50th anniversary certificates.
The Saturday CE program featured an in-person adjusting workshop on campus and was followed by the Homecoming barbecue where guests ate, mingled, and listened to the sounds of DJ Kenny Neal.
Students’ Council President Jennifer O’Neill brought greetings on behalf of the students, expressing her thanks to the alumni in attendance for their many contributions to the profession.
Homecoming also featured an original art auction, with proceeds supporting student initiatives at CMCC.
To view full Continuing Education agenda and the entire weekend program, please click below. The full CE program was recorded, including the in-person components and has been made available starting Monday, June 13, until August 31, 2022, so you can catch up on all the action (and still get your CE credits).
The barbecue also featured the annual Homecoming Awards. Nominated by their peers, each award winner receives a plaque in recognition of their accomplishments.
Alumna and Alumnus of the Year Award: In recognition of exceptional leadership, mentorship and dedication to chiropractic education and patient care
• Dr. Deborah Kopansky-Giles, Class of 1982
Pioneer Award: In recognition of outstanding leadership, vision and dedication to the chiropractic profession in Canada
• Dr. Tom Sawa, Class of 1977
Community Service Award: In recognition of outstanding leadership, dedication and service to local community initiatives
• Dr. Brian Seaman, Class of 1982
Thank you to all of our outstanding speakers and presenters, our alumni award winners, our volunteers and especially to our sponsors.
All in all, it was a memorable weekend for those who attended and a pleasure for CMCC to host alumni from across Canada. Once again, Happy Anniversary to the members of the classes who celebrated milestone anniversaries!