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Dynamic Chiropractic – August 13, 1993, Vol. 11, Issue 17

Chiropractic Centennial Foundation News

Chiropractic Docudrama Plans Underway

By Editorial Staff
Dr. Guy Riekeman, media projects committee chair, has begun planning for the television docudrama on chiropractic for the Centennial Foundation's Grand Celebration in 1995. Dr. Riekeman has put together a list of elements the docudrama should possess, and will be sending the list to the CCF's board of trustees and media project committee members for their review.

"We have several ideas for the docudrama, but we need feedback from the CCF board and committees. The docudrama could be anything from historical to contemporary scientific to entertaining. We will present a recommendation at the September 18th meeting based on the feedback we receive," said Dr. Riekeman.

Dr. Riekeman's tentative goal is to have a script done by January 1994. From there, a production company will be selected and production will begin in the spring and summer of 1994. Release of the docudrama is scheduled for January 1995.

 



CCF to Hold Constituencies Meeting on Founder's Day in Davenport

The Chiropractic Centennial Foundation (CCF) is inviting all organizations and colleges to meet with the CCF board of trustees and advisory committee on Saturday, September 18, 1993 in Davenport, Iowa.

It is hoped that representatives from each college, and from the national, state, country, and provincial associations will attend this important meeting.

"We want everyone to come, regardless if they are members of the CCF or not," said Dr. William F. Holmberg, Centennial Foundation president. "It's important that we all come together and meet, and what a better day than Founder's Day?"

The meeting will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, and will be followed by a dinner. Anyone interested in attending the meeting should contact:

Dr. William F. Holmberg, president
The Chiropractic Centennial Foundation
P.O. Box 4522
Davenport, IA 52808-4522
(319) 326-9828

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