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  Sherman Students, Administrators Participate in 2006 Legislative Summit
Executive Vice President/Provost Myron D. Brown, D.C.

Myron D. Brown, D.C.

Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic students and administrators were in Washington, DC, on May 4 to represent the college and profession at the annual Chiropractic Coalition Legislative Summit.

The annual Summit features guest appearances by many well-known Washington personalities from the entire political spectrum, both houses of Congress, attorneys and even lobbyists. Participants visited their senators and representatives, spoke with staffers and built important relationships while having their chiropractic views heard.

The event is sponsored by the Chiropractic Coalition, a cooperative effort of three national associations. The Chiropractic Coalition was founded in November 2002 by the International Chiropractors Association (ICA), the World Chiropractic Alliance (WCA), and the Federation of Straight Chiropractors and Organizations (FSCO). The Coalition works to advance vertebral subluxation-centered chiropractic organizations in the best interest of the public and the profession.


Sherman College students and FSCO representatives participating in the Coalition’s 2006 Washington, DC, Legislative Summit pose with Senator Jim DeMint (South Carolina). From left to right: Kristen Dennette, Edwin Kamara, Richard Plummer, D.C., Daniel Dennette, Senator DeMint, Craig Dobek, Judy Campanale, D.C., Gary Horwin, D.C., Darby Simmons
and Myron Brown, D.C.


Sherman students and FSCO representatives participating Summit pose with Representative Bob Inglis (South Carolina). From left to right: Myron Brown, D.C., Craig Dobek, Darby Simmons, Representative Inglis, Daniel Dennette, Richard Plummer, D.C., and Kristen Dennette.


Sherman College President, Thomas A. Gelardi, D.C., visits with Representative Joe Wilson (South Carolina) in front of the Capitol Building.