The Province of Ontario has continued to extend the face mask requirements for health clinics until June 11, 2022. We will be continuing to require all patients, staff and doctors to be wearing masks in our office for the foreseeable future, as we want to keep our clinic open and patients safe.
As you read about in our last newsletter, the countdown for our “MudGirl Run” is on! Karen has been tirelessly training our team for the race in which we will maneuver a 5 kilometer course with obstacles on June 25, 2022 at Dagmar Ski Resort. Dr. Hubbel has still not committed to being our coach, although it is highly likely that we will drag him along to cheer us on. Carleigh has the (temporary) pink hair dye ready for a little extra team spirit boost.
If you are still interested in supporting our MudGirl Run team, there is a donation jar on the front desk at our office. Money raised goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Take your wagers: Who’s strength will surprise you? Who will complain the least? Most? Who will get the muddiest? Curse the most? Have the most team spirit? Who will get the most sunburnt?
On June 2nd, Dr. Leguard celebrated her graduation from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC), which was postponed one year ago due to COVID. Her graduation took place at Roy Thompson Hall, where she and her family celebrated the graduation of the classes of 2020 and 2021. Although it is almost one year into practice, it is definitely a day she has been looking forward to.
One of Dr. Leguard’s highlights of the day was her grandpa, Dr. Hubbel, “hooding” her. “Hooding” is part of a graduation ceremony for post-graduate degrees, conferring a special recognition to graduates. At CMCC, family members who are also members of the profession have the privilege to hood recent graduates. It was a very special day for the Hubbel and Leguard (and Hubbel & Johnston Chiropractic) families!