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April 2005

Sherman Lyceum set for end of May

Alumni, students, celebrities and interested practitioners will gather at Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic for its annual Lyceum May 26-29, 2005, in Spartanburg, S.C.

The annual Memorial Day weekend this year offers 31 seminars, with attendees eligible to receive up to 24 continuing education credits. Lyceum, whose theme this year is “Racing toward the Vision,” also features an expo, guest speakers, a golf tournament and a kids program.

Claude Lessard, DC, will kick off Thursday evening, then chiropractic leaders including Sherman President Jerry L. Hardee, EdD; Gerard Clum, DC, president of Life University West; and Phil McMaster, DC, chair of the board of trustees at New Zealand College of Chiropractic, will share their messages about how to stay focused on racing toward the vision of bringing straight chiropractic to the world.

Keynote speaker Thursday evening will be Steve Chandler, author of seven books, including 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself. Chandler will reveal the underlying dynamic of commitment, how to access it and then how to apply it to the 10 categories of life that usually remain uncommitted until it’s too late.

Hall-of-Fame jockey and star of the movie Seabiscuit, Gary Stevens is Lyceum’s keynote speaker on Friday night. Stevens, who has multiple race wins including the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and the Belmont Stakes, has been a chiropractic advocate for many years.

Other Lyceum 2005 speakers include Bruce Lipton, PhD; Arno Burnier, DC; Reggie Gold, DC; Mike Lenarz, DC; Terry Yochum, DC, DACBR; Tom Sterne and Keith Carter; Anna Allen; Bill Esteb; Heidi Farrell; Judy Campanale, DC; Richard Barwell, DC; Jeanne Ohm, DC; Kirk Eriksen, DC; Ralph Boone, PhD, DC; Cherie Goble, DC; Dick Plummer, DC; Randy Baze, DC; and Nalyn Marcus, DC.

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Source: Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic,

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