New President for RCCSS(C)
Feb. 10, Calgary, AB – The Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences of Canada (RCCSS(C)) welcomes its new president.
The torch was passed from Dr. Greg Uchacz to Dr. Glen Harris at the RCCSS(C) AGM, held on November 13, 2010, in Toronto, Ontario.
According to the RCCSS(C) Sport Report, Winter 2011, Dr. Glen Harris, is a long standing valued contributor to the activities of sport chiropractic in Canada, who moves into the president position for the first time. Serving previously as first and second vice president, secretary and member at large, Dr. Harris brings experience, a passion for involvement, new ideas and a fresh perspective on today’s environment for sports chiropractic in Canada to the position.
Other selected to positions with the RCCSS(C) are Drs. Chris deGraauw (first vice-president), Scott Howitt (second vice-president), Cameron Borody (continuing as secretary) and Janice Drover (treasurer).
A special presentation, including a plaque honouring his years in service to the RCCSS(C) and to sports sciences in Canada, was made to immediate past-president Dr. Greg Uchacz at the AGM.
Congratulations to all new RCCSS(C) board members and best wishes to Dr. Uchacz for success in his future endeavours.
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