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 Sherman Represented at Naval and Marine Corps Reserves Center Health Fair
by Jaime Browning, Admission Counselor


Sherman intern Jeff Beliveau talks with Lieutenant Commander Eythell about the anatomy of the spine. Lieutenant Commander Eythell is the Commanding Officer of the Reserve Center.
Intern Salina Bonar checks a sailor’s spine while Intern Kandyce Brown talks with BU1 Vanderbrink about chiropractic care.

Sherman interns Kandyce Brown and Salina Bonar pose for a photo. Also representing the college and the Chiropractic Health Center at the fair were interns Jeff Beliveau and Rebecca Kleckner and Admission Counselor and Navy Reservist Jaime Browning.

A unique union was formed on March 13, 2004 in Upstate South Carolina – that of military services and chiropractic health services. For the first time in Sherman College’s history, chiropractic interns held a spinal screening for military personnel at the Annual Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center’s Health Fair at the Donaldson Center in Greenville.

All military personnel were given the opportunity to listen to health talks from Sherman interns, as well as receive free spinal screenings. Participants ranged from first year Sailors to Lieutenant Commander Eythell, Commanding Officer of the Reserve Center.

The health fair was a huge success, and I would like to think Sherman’s presence had a lot to do with it. As Commander Flanagan (coordinator of the fair) commented, Sherman was the “hit of the day!” Now why would we think otherwise?